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Published: Tue, January 31, 2017
Health | By Kristina Bennett

Riverside rally urges voter pressure to protect health care law

Riverside rally urges voter pressure to protect health care law

Within a week of being in office, President Trump signed multiple executive actions with the ability and intent of undoing work done by the previous administration, reported CNN. Republicans should begin a dialogue with Democrats where there is common ground and build from there. Patients and doctors would make decisions about health care not insurance companies.

They want badly to get back at President Obama for adopting their health care plan (yes, Affordable Care Act or the privatization of health care was their plan from the beginning).

In the nation's capital, DSPolitical, a Democrat-aligned political technology firm, chose to produce its own digital outreach ads, targeting web users who need health insurance, said Jim Walsh, the company's CEO.

Although the Trump administration has issued an executive order about the Affordable Care Act and discontinued advertising and outreach, as of now, nothing has changed.

Agencies in the area are reminding people they can still buy a policy for this year - but they must enroll by tomorrow.

More specifically in Tennessee, 47,000 people between the ages of 19 and 25 are insured as a result of the Affordable Care Act. People tell me they're anxious about losing affordable health care and don't know what to do. The act is anything but affordable for Nevada's healthcare facilities.

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Only 2.6 million people - those in the Medicaid coverage gap - are legal residents of the United States, have low incomes, and do not yet have a realistic path to securing health insurance.

Former HHS officials were focusing on getting more young adults to sign up since they are often healthier and offset the higher costs of older enrollees. These services include flu shots, cancer screenings, contraception and mammograms. Since the rollout of the health care law, the percentage of uninsured Marylanders has shrunk from 10.2 percent in 2013 to 6.6 percent in 2015, according to the U.S. Census.

HSA-eligible health insurance plans cover 20 million to 22 million people and their dependents, and $30.2 billion was held in health savings accounts as of December 31, 2015, according to the Washington, D.C. -based Employee Benefit Research Institute. Delta Memorial has benefited from the Affordable Care Act.

"In Illinois, insurance premiums have increased by an average of over 21 percent", Roskam said in a statement. Physicians would still practice privately, so arguments of a government takeover of health care fall flat.

"It's much more hard to design a law that maintains coverage for those who now have it", he continued, "or to fulfill President Trump's statement that he wants a law that provides health insurance for everybody".

Trump wasted no time in beginning to enforce his campaign plans to regulate immigration, particularly from our neighbors to the South, Mexico. The 2010 law also gives states the option of expanding Medicaid for low-income people. The doctors say spending the money now on preventative medicine will save the state billions in health care costs later on. The rest of the now uninsured - around 25 million people - are already eligible for cover, have sufficient incomes to enrol in unsubsidized coverage offered on the exchanges, or are residing in the country without proper documentation.

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