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@Sean-HuggansLibertarian from North Dakota answered…49mins

There should be an open market for procedure coverages outsode of a "major category", at which point the government should step in and cover costs.

@9HSH333Socialist from Texas answered…2yrs

Affordable Healthcare is what I want the most for all people.

@9HS98PLPeace and Freedom from Tennessee answered…2yrs

No, open market private healthcare is much better for reducing costs, but I would support a move to a single payer system

@9HS8LSYDemocrat from Alabama answered…2yrs

I believe the should be a single-payer option available to everyone and an optional private market with regulations for both the insurance companies and hospitals to prevent price gauging and discriminatory practices.

@9HS6957Working Family from Texas answered…2yrs

Health care should be accessible to all, regardless of income.

@9HRYWDYWorking Family from Michigan answered…2yrs

we need to do better...people need health care, but it has to be affordable

@9HRSDT8Independent from Texas answered…2yrs

@9HRHKJ9Republican from New York answered…2yrs

@9HRP5Z5Veteran from Georgia answered…2yrs

@9HRKJC3Women’s Equality from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

Government should have regulatory power in regulating medicine for safety precautions but not significant power over prices since every citizens financial state varies

@9HQNTNRWomen’s Equality from West Virginia answered…2yrs

Yes, but it should be expanded, and people should have the option of whether they want it.

@9HQHLG7Women’s Equality from South Dakota answered…2yrs

@9HQH232Transhumanist from Arizona answered…2yrs

@9HQGJ9HTranshumanist from Colorado answered…2yrs

Health insurance needs to be de-monopolized and broken into independent business

@9HQFVPNRepublican from Virginia answered…2yrs

the only part of obamacare that should remain is the safety of people with pre existing conditions. all else should be repealed

@9HQFSSBRepublican from California answered…2yrs

Yes and no. Because people can just take too much advantage and people who really need it don’t get it

@9HQDY8MLibertarian from Florida answered…2yrs

Reform insurance companies and hospital billing procedures first.

@9HQ9VLYPeace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…2yrs

Free Health Care for all working citizens and their families.

@9HPZF33Libertarian from Utah answered…2yrs

Take healthcare out of "for profit" space, and treat hospitals/clinics like fire departments, and pharma and research like NASA, publicly funded and open source.

@9HPZ2KXTranshumanist from California answered…2yrs

@9HPYXNGWomen’s Equality from Alaska answered…2yrs

I think we had the right idea in mind, but I don't think this was the best plan.

@9HPVYJQLibertarian from Florida answered…2yrs

They should eliminate Obamacare and if they want to have some form of socialized healthcare follow Australia’s base method

@9HPVKV2Libertarian from Michigan answered…2yrs

Remove all forms of federal involvement in disrupting the healthcare market except for establishing a tax sheltered national health savings account program that is subsidized for indigent citizens.

@9HPSP3GTranshumanist from Washington D.C. answered…2yrs

@9HPKXHHWomen’s Equality from New York answered…2yrs

Medicare should be free. Reallocate budgets to give the people the healthcare they need.

@9HPJGY2American Solidarity from Idaho answered…2yrs

Healthcare should be made affordable. Health insurance should not be necessary to receive medical treatment.

@9HPC47RIndependent from Ohio answered…2yrs

I agree with it to a degree. I think it helps ppl afford insurance but it should not be mandatory

@9HP7FCDSocialist from Michigan answered…2yrs

No, open the markets so insurers can compete across state lines and reduce costs but give people below the poverty line free healthcare or at least enough money to afford it.

@9HP5FGHRepublican from Ohio answered…2yrs

People should have the right to private healthcare but also people below the poverty line should have the option of government healthcare for increased taxes

@9HNPXBCWomen’s Equality from Utah answered…2yrs

Yes, I support a majority of the plan but not all aspects. Also allow consumers to choose providers and import pharmaceuticals from other countries

@9HNLR49American Solidarity from Oregon answered…2yrs

I do agree somewhat if it could be used as an ultimatum for emergencies only, not for people with sniffles or common cold, use for heavier things. Surgery, life or death situations.

@9HN8WGRRepublican from Mississippi answered…2yrs

i dont like obama care only because ithas been poorly run and the middle class tax payers feel the brunt force of it

@9HNFXKZAmerican Solidarity from Illinois answered…2yrs

@9HN6QV9Working Family from Missouri answered…2yrs

@9HN4FNPAmerican from North Carolina answered…2yrs

@9HN36FBWomen’s Equality from Iowa answered…2yrs

We need to find another affordable solutions. For me to afford insurance I need to use all of the subsidy. The plans I can afford have high deductibles and its not even worth me paying my premiums. I might as well just pay out of pocket. Insurance on these plans are a joke. Also since I have to use the subsidy I end up paying a lot of it back at tax time. I also work 2 jobs to afford my bills and last year I had to limit my hours worked so I didn't go over the poverty line. Way to penalize a hard and willing to work person.

@9HMRPP3Constitution from Indiana answered…2yrs

No, medicine prices should not be doubled and people should no be fined for not having insurance.

@9HMQTX8Women’s Equality from Louisiana answered…2yrs

Patient protection should always be a thing. AcA was meant to be a starting point, it needs alot of work but I support the premise of it being a starting point.

@9HMPW5DWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…2yrs

Healthcare is something that should be provided, but it seems that many people disliked Obamacare, so maybe something different.

@9HMJM7RSocialist from Michigan answered…2yrs

I believe in free healthcare for all paid for in a tax increase across the board & higher taxes for the 1%


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