The Pros And Cons Of The Affordable Care Act

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Affordable Care Act, “ The overall the health care quality started to increase with the costs are being reduced so that the middle-income Americans and employees will be able to use taxes and credits that can save them up to 60% of their current costs of their regular premium.” The Affordable Care Act is helping all Americans benefit from health care because it would start to help them benefit from getting the most out of everything that they can get from the Affordable Care Act. In the article “The Affordable Care Act” by author James Roland, “ Millions of Americans have benefitted by receiving insurance coverage through the ACA. Many of these people were unemployed or had low-paying jobs. Some couldn’t work because of a disability or family obligations.” Obamacare is beneficial…show more content…
The ACA now gives everyone an opportunity to get affordable health insurance no matter their age, gender or how much they make. Elizabeth Renter states in her article “Obamacare Pros and Cons: What You Need to Know”, “One of the main methods the ACA used in getting health insurance to the uninsured was expansion of Medicaid, the state- and and federally funded health care program. Prior to the implementation, Medicaid only covers certain segments of the population, including low-income elderly, disabled individuals, children, pregnant women and some parents. With the expansion, that coverage was extended to include uninsured adults and those living with income below 138% of the federal poverty level”. People have the insurance way that Obamacare is they could probably have for the people that are having a living income that requires them to give the people what have been wanting all along which is more health care so that they can cover their family or relatives that are in a living income. with all the things

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