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Ted Cruz, Chip Roy introduce health care bills to improve HSAs, cut FDA red tape
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Sen. Ted Cruz and Rep. Chip Roy on Tuesday introduced two health care bills in their respective chambers aimed at expanding Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and cutting red tape at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) – moves that they say would increase Americans' flexibility on how to plan for their health expenses and help get life-saving drugs to market faster.
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The bills, first obtained by FOX Business, are named the Personalized Care Act (PCA) and the RESULT Act, otherwise known as the "Reciprocity Ensures Streamlined Use of Lifesaving Treatments Act." Roy previously introduced both early last year.
"It’s time to put the American people back in charge of their own healthcare choices. The Personalized Care Act works to allow individuals to control their healthcare by cutting down on bureaucracy and giving families more choices through more freedom," Roy said of the PCA.