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ljiacong Health Insurance Exchanges Under the Affordable Care Act: Key Policy Issues http://t.co/owXaFjdc

InPalatka The Affordable Health Care Act Wins Again http://t.co/62trPxAq

urchoice_health A conservative's unlikely defense of the healthcare reform law ... http://t.co/9INgtQ1f

AllHealthReform Tony McCann: More revenues to make up once Affordable Care Act provisions are abandoned #DeficitReduction

HealthCareTOB http://t.co/I3h8S91T A conservative's unlikely defense of the healthcare reform law - Los Angeles Times (blog)

Soyboricua RT @miller7: The affordable care act continues to survive legal challenges http://t.co/vVMxAik8 #HCR

AUCHUtah The U.S. Conference on AIDS and the Affordable Care Act http://t.co/8tiWk77d

RMcClanahan RT @AngiePostal: Room is overflowing with supporters of the affordable care act! #MOExchange #faircare

SDCMS A Conservative Icon Upholds the Affordable Health Care Act - The Atlantic http://t.co/vU0wyGjl via @AddThis

MOJwJ RT @AngiePostal: Room is overflowing with supporters of the affordable care act! #MOExchange #faircare

AngiePostal Room is overflowing with supporters of the affordable care act! #MOExchange #faircare

kbirchmore7 Do you use FSA funds to pay for medical bills? #FSA http://t.co/4GyTXKcq

SingleStop It's not Obamacare. Correct name: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) & it became law in 3/2010. Basics http://t.co/nvLCVrJL

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What is your religion and how do you feel now that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has passed? by Fdsfewa Q: Obamacare has passed the H.R., and will be signed by the President tomorrow! Universal Health Care and Abortions for all!

A: Yeppie, yawn. He is leading us to socialism. We will remember this at election time.

What do you think will be the ultimate fate of the Affordable Care Act? by Je Suis Napoleon Q: There have recently been several court cases in regard to the new health care law. The law has been both upheld and struck down as of now by federal judges. What do you think will ultimately happen? Will the Supreme Court strike down the law? Will it be repealed through legislation? Will it be kept in place as is? Will it be kept in place and expanded further? Let me know what you think!

A: The right-wing activist judges on the Supreme Court will almost certainly strike down the Individual Mandate when it is clearly constitutional. The federal government can mandate that anyone buy anything. That is what regulating interstate commerce is. But once the judicial activists on the Supreme Court legislate from the bench and strike down the mandate...whoops for the conservatives, because premiums will start to skyrocket, so the gov't will step in and institute price controls.

What are the main points behind the patient affordable care act? by T7 Q: Does it provide health care to people who cannot afford it? Besides the part that makes people purchase insurance, what other parts of the bill do people take issue with?

A: It was supposed to make insurance more affordable. However since Obama signed it in March 2010, nearly every ones insurance rates have doubled. It was also supposed to keep insurance companies from denying coverage to kids with a preexisting condition. However, people are still fighting the insurance companies. Medicare was to be eliminated by giving out vouchers to the elderly to purchase their own insurance. But when over 80% of those 65 and older have a chronic disease and suffering from one or two others, insurance companies are denying them coverage.

How in the world were the Congress able to approve the Affordable Care Act and the Patient Protection Act.....? by ♥Camille♥'s Mariah Carey Q: but repeal the Health Care Reform. How is the government going to have one and not the other? It makes no sense at all! The Affordable Care Act and the Patient Protection Care Act is apart of the Health Care Reform so how can they have the ACA and PPC and not have the Health Care Reform? i agree cindy little sorry i gave you a thumbs down.

What are the Cons for obamacare (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act)? by Guess who :D Q: Im doing research on it and i need sources of where i got it from. was wondering if you guys knew any .org or .gov sites that talk about the cons of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act or aka obamacare. Thanks

A: The link below should be good for starters.

What is the difference between a policy and a mandate in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.? by Dean G Q: I need to write a paper on either a policy or mandate associated with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and I dont know the difference between the two. I also need a list of representatives who either voted for or against the PPACA and cant find an all inclusive list. Any help would be appreacated.

A: A policy is a course of action or a guiding principal. A mandate is a command or an authorization.

What are some arguments that Republicans are making against the Affordable Care Act? by HeavensAbove Q: How do Republicans see the Affordable Care Act and what are their reasons? What arguments have they made to repeal the ACA? This is for a class debate and I have to argue on the con side

When do you think the Supreme Court will start hearings on the Affordable Care Act, also how long will it take? by בן ארצי Q: When and how will the hearing/Arguments etc on the Affordable Care Act is going to last?

A: When an appeals court thinks it cannot settle a case and decides to refer it to the Supreme Court. So far, an almost equal number of appeals court had decided for and against only the mandatory part to buy insurance, but not the whole law.

Is the Affordable Care Act still Revenue Neutral if the Individual Mandate is ruled unconstitutional? by בן ארצי Q: Where do we get the money from to pay for the Affordable Care Act if people can't be "fined" for not having insurance?

A: 1. Don't count on this supreme court ruling it unconstitutional. 2. The fines aren't going to bring in much revenue. Most people who don't have insurance can't afford it. Fining them if they don't have it brings them all to the trough to get government subsidized insurance. Health Insurance is the problem with the current system. If it didn't exist, providers would have to charge prices that normal human beings could afford for their services.

How does the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act cost jobs? by Les S Q: Republicans claim it is a devastating job killing law, but I have never heard any statistical information, or any economical data that shows that this law will actually "kill" any jobs. How exactly does this law kill jobs, and how many jobs has it killed? Where is the case study, or the statistical data used to make the claim that Republicans are making? Do they even have any data to back up their claim? How does the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act cost jobs?

A: It mostly doesn't. Hawaii has had a law requiring employers to provide insurance for nearly 40 years and we have some of the lowest premiums in the country for the required level of insurance. Yes, some companies will have trouble and will get tax credits and subsidies. Most people and companies will be fine with it. \ Very few job losses--actually an increase in the need for primary care providers. There are no sources of reliable information that say otherwise.

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