Pennsylvania State Sen. Dan Laughlin (SD-49) hasn’t been in office long, but that hasn’t stopped him from championing disastrous health care policies that hurt Pennsylvanians.
- Last year, Sen. Laughlin co-sponsored a bill to let employers offer health care plans that don’t cover the essentials, like maternity care and prescription drugs. [SB 993]
- Most Medicaid recipients are employed, but Sen. Laughlin still voted to add unnecessary work requirements that increase costs and jeopardize coverage for those who lost their jobs. [HB 59] [HB 2138]
- Sen. Laughlin voted to let insurance companies — not doctors — decide what drugs injured workers and telemedicine patients are prescribed. [SB 936] [SB 857, concurrence with House Amendments]