Republican Carly Fiorina has just concluded a five-day campaign trip through New Hampshire.
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO held a house party Sunday in Concord, where she took questions on climate change, education and foreign policy.
On health care, Fiorina said consumers would see more choice and lower costs once the Affordable Care Act was repealed. While she said she favored a free-market approach to health care, Fiorina said she would impose one mandate on the industry:
“Every single health care provider must publish, regularly, the cost of every treatment and the outcomes of every treatment,” she said. “That will help drive prices and costs down.”
Fiorina also campaigned at a picnic event in Goffstown.