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    Repealing Obamacare: The Reasons Why Over five million individuals have lost their health insurance since Obamacare has been approved and put into action. The policy of Obamacare states that employers who are providing health insurance to their employees must tack on additional benefits that the companies cannot afford to do. This in turn causes the eventual cancellation of coverage for the employees, leaving them with no options besides signing up for Obamacare. It is the scheme of all schemes.

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    since its inception in the 1960s. With a majority in both Houses of Congress, the Republicans look to overturn Obamacare as their first priority. Congressman Tom Price 's (R-G.A.) 's introduced the Empowering Patients First Act in 2015, legislation that will completely overturn Obamacare. Recently, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) unveiled the first page of the Republican alternative to Obamacare. It is essential

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    Obamacare

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    known as Obamacare, numerous doctors turned down care for their patients. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is part of the Democratic Congress and President Barack Obama’s effort to reform the American health care system, provide health insurance to millions of uninsured Americans and lower costs associated with health care ("Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act."). Many have argued that Obamacare is a socialist government takeover of the health care system, however Obamacare is a

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    The Future of Obamacare After one of the most grueling presidential races in American history, the populous candidate Donald Trump has been elected by the American people as our next president. While campaigning, one of the first things that Trump vowed to accomplish in office was to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (donaldjtrump.com). Trump should have no trouble doing this with the support of both the Republican senate and the Republican House. The consequences of what exactly will be

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    This cartoon is showing that the cheapest price of obamacare is $20,000. Under obamacare Americans will be forced to buy health insurance or pay a penalty to the IRS. This image is effectively showing that the doctor doesn 't care about the patient and just wants the money. This is what obamacare is analyzing in this cartoon. The doctor is Barack Obama taking taking money from innocent patients. The shorts of the patient also are the american flag. This symbolizes America as country and

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    Essay On Obamacare

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    Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare, was authoritatively marked into law on March 23, 2010. It was created to make healthcare lower-priced and effectively available to a more extensive scope of Americans. Under the law, individuals in the United States who do not meet all requirements for an exemption are obligated to acquire a minimum amount of healthcare coverage. Supporters of Obamacare defend that it has had several benefits since its enactment, such as

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    Obamacare Cons

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    The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), or Obamacare, was authoritatively marked into law on March 23, 2010. It was created to make healthcare more lower-priced and effectively available to a more extensive scope of Americans. Under the law, individuals in the United States who do not meet all requirements for an exemption are required to acquire a minimum amount of health care coverage. Supporters of Obamacare argue that it has had some benefits since its passage, including reducing

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    Obamacare Conservatism

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    if it was a liberal writer that had written this article. Being a conservative, he should be more aware of the similarities towards conservatism that Obamacare has, rather than a liberal. It gives him more credibility in his claim that Obamacare’s health care policy is “A conservative one at heart.” J.D. Kleinke, the author, says that Obamacare rationalizes and extends the current healthcare system, which is true. He then claims here, “The rationalization and extension of the current market is

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    The Obamacare Act

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    The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. Obamacare) was signed into law by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010. While the act is directed at addressing one of the country's most pressing problems, it generated much controversy as a consequence of the ethical dilemmas that it brings on. The act provides individuals with a wider range of choices and control over their health coverage. It provides a series of benefits such as people

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    Essay On Obamacare

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    reside in one of the sixteen states with state exchanges you are considered part of the federal exchange, created by Obamacare. The reason many support Obamacare is because many people just flat out can’t afford healthcare, but ObamaCare does have its opposers. Many who oppose Obamacare will be taxed heavily, or are against big government. The decision in June ruled that Obamacare was “clear in the law tax credits are available to individual states that have a federal exchange” . This means that

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