When Congress and our state legislature work behind closed doors in writing legislation, we should be worried. With health care for hundreds of thousands of Kentuckians at risk and the U.S. Senate not sharing information about what they are doing to fix it, we should be worried.
Sen. Mitch McConnell should open health-care plans to public, honest debate, not create a backroom deal that he hopes to push through Congress in a rapid vote. The days of backroom deal-making in Congress should be over. Why has McConnell revived them? What is he trying to hide?