The Pros And Cons Of The Affordable Care Act?

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The Affordable Care Act that is commonly known as the Obamacare can be explained as healthcare declaration that was enacted by the Federal government on 23rd March 2010. The main objective of the Act was to reform the US health systems by offering and bettering access to quality and affordable health care, health insurance, and by offering American citizens with more rights and safeguards by minimizing healthcare expenses for both the government as well as the American residents. Moreover, it can also be pointed out that the Act also aimed extending private and public insurance coverage while also regulating the insurance sector. Nevertheless, since enactment of the Act, the Act has been heaving criticized by some quarters to the extent that some political leaders in the USA have expressed their views on repealing the Act (Everett and Dawsey, 2017). Nevertheless, it can also be pointed out that there are those who strongly support the Act and give different reasons to explain the reasons why they are in support of the Act. This essay focuses on the topic of Obamacare and discusses in detail the reasons why the Act should be ammended.
With President J. Donald Trump been sworn in as the president of the United States, it was obvious that it was only going to be a matter of time before his government started the process of repealing Obamacare. Indeed, during his presidential campaigns, President Donald Trump had made it very clear that he was going to repeal the Act and
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