Health Care Law
On the beginning of 2014, the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will call for all health plans sold through state insurance exchanges to include some importanthealth benefits. Particularly, assuming the health care reform law keep intact. Moreover, twenty-six states and many other groups have opposed parts of the law's constitutionality. The Supreme Courtheard different opinions in April and is expected to pass the law in June. Additionally, the health insurance companies will serve as marketplaces where people and small groups can buy policies.Furthermore, States will have some flexibility in giving their own requirements to health insurance plans, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
In March 2010,President Obama satisfied a promise that Democrats have followed for many years, which is making health care accessible to all Americans. Regardless of unanimous disagreement from Republicans, Democrats werefinally able to pass extensive health reform into law. The law suggests that by 2014 the new health care reform will exclude all discrimination for pre-existing conditions and will start the processof increasing health insurance attention for an extra 32 million Americans. Additionally, it will provide the biggest middle-class tax cut for health care in history. (Democrats)
The Democratswanted to make healthcare available to all Americans to prevent discrimination towards people who have pre-existing conditions. According to the Democrats, the health care reform act provides tax cutsfor the middle-class and small businesses as well. Furthermore, the Democratic Party believed that the healthcare reform would make costs more affordable for families, businesses, and the federalgovernment. As a result, this would reduce the national debt by over id="mce_marker"trillion. The Democrats also believed that the healthcare reform would bring additional security and stability to the...
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