LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- The Vice President takes his support of his party's new healthcare plan on the road.
Vice President Mike Pence Visited Harshaw Trane in Jeffersontown to have a "listening session" with Governor Bevin and local businesses.
He spoke to them about President Trump's plan for the economy and the GOP's new plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
While not mentioning him by name, Pence commented on Senator Rand Paul, who has been a strong critic of the new plan, saying he's "counting on Kentucky" to fight against the Affordable Care Act.
Pence says the new healthcare plan will more adequately address the needs of Kentuckians.