The Affordable Care Act ( Aca ) And Made It A Law

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On March 23, 2010 former president, Barack Obama, signed the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and made it a law. As many of us know, there are minimal issues with Obama Care, but the question to be posed would be, ‘are there enough systematic errors for it to be repealed?’ Obama did promise that if you agreed with the plan, you could keep it. Of course, there is always room for improvement, and Obama care is not an obstacle nor a negative force towards anything or anyone. There is no reason the ACA should not be diverted or limited in any way. There are pros and cons to everything, but regarding this situation, it is seen to have more pros. The ACA (Obama Care) has made many alterations since it has been in effect. Due to the inadequate reasoning…show more content…
There are flaws within nearly every aspect of the government, although this is not a major issue that should be addressed to the extent that it is. This has to be a realization that the reason the ACA (Obama Care) was created was to eliminate the long term effects of budget issues that can and will arise in the near future. It was a real hassle getting it passed because no republicans were for the proposal of Obamacare in the beginning. The general family has children and those children are placed under their parents’ insurance. “Statistics show how the affordable act affects young adults between the ages of 19-26. By the year of 2012, Millions of uninsured young children were added” (Jonathan Oberlander, 2008). Some young adults seem as if they have less job stability compared to the older workers. These individuals were among the surplus of those who would not want to repeal the ACA (Obama Care). In the creation of the ACA is has increased the profit for insurance companies. Members could get more premiums from other health sources, such as department of health services, but some are not beneficial in the long run. Most will end up having to pay the debt off other tax payers which are making it affordable for others to have the current insurance that is available to them now, considering that this is indefinite reasoning. Having children under parents’ insurance could very well
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