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.... Obamacare requires you to get your insurance policy in the state that you live in. With Trumps plan he open it up to wherever you want to get it to make it more competitive so cost will drop when there is more competition. With Trumps plan when it comes to tax time you will not be penalized if you chose not to get health insurance. You will now be able to deduct the premium on your taxes if you do chose to get health insurance. Obamacare is unfair for middle to low class people that are working hard and can’t afford the high insurance cost but to not qualify for free benefits. With Trumps plan their will be a more competitive market so therefore prices will drop to where people can afford them. Obamacare really helps out the lower class but really hurts the middle class. This is why our country should have a system that is a competitive fee for service basis.
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