When the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) was enacted in 2010 it required all states to expand their Medicaid programs to include people with incomes slightly higher than those allowed under traditional Medicaid, as well as groups, like childless adults, that had not previously been covered. In 2012 the Supreme Court ruled that forcing States to expand their Medicaid coverage was unconstitutional. Since then 22 states have expanded their coverage and more than 35 have opted not to do so. Proponents of the expansion argue that it will lower healthcare costs for everyone by reducing the number of Americans without health insurance. Opponents argue that states should be allowed to run their own Medicaid programs without the intervention of the federal government.
It would seem that if my state opted in that my property, sales and state income tax would have to increase to absorb this. If this is the case it would impact me the same. I don’t think the federal government should have their hands in private sector.
Only For Severely Disabled People who has Disabilities Preventing Them from performing ANY Kind of Work. Example: Severe Autism, like the hardest areas to live with. Such as ones with OCD, Obsessions, Mental Disorders, being unable to speak, type, or write.
Abolish medicare, institute mandatory Medicaid coverage for under 18's and over 65's and require it to cover out of state treatment and prescription costs with no copayments. Allow for subsidized coverage of insurance from 18-26 on parents plan.
Insurance for healthcare should be removed because hospitals only charge large amounts in order to make some money back because insurance cuts a lot of the price. The government should still aid people who can't afford to pay medical bills by paying the hospital fees in full
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