According to the newspaper, El Nuevo Día, on the 29th and 30th of July, the Insurance Commissioner Ángela Wayne came out in defense of Puerto Rico’s health insurance companies, which have to provide medical coverage to patients regardless if they have preexisting conditions. Said requirement of health care plans, among others, arises from the federal statute known has “Obamacare”. In particular, the criticism is that the coverage Puerto Rico’s insurers will provide to those patients with preexisting conditions is a basic one and will not cover the medical treatment needed to treat those conditions. The saddest thing about the Commissioner’s action is that, instead of protecting and safeguarding the millions of patients in Puerto Rico, it only watches over for the well-being of the big interests; health care insurance plans. This should not come as a surprise form a person whose professional background consists of being an employee of insurance companies for years.