At the very moment, there is a bill going around trying to eliminate Obamacare and change it to Trump care. A lot of people depend on Obama care and its benefits. If Trump care becomes allowed, over 20 million people will lose insurance, and Many people won't be able to pay for insurance. People with past medical issues will have to pay for more expensive insurance, and A lot of the old will be charged almost five times as much as the young. Jobs won't have to provide insurance for their workers if they have more than 50.
The Affordable healthcare act, aka the Obama Care, has many positive things about it. It lowers health care costs which will be beneficial to most. It requires insurance companies to cover at least ten essential health benefits, including mental health, emergency room costs, dental and etc. Insurance companies also can't turn you around if you have more existing health problems, nor can they raise your premium if you begin to be sick. Children can stay on their parent's plans until they are 26, which is a significant plus for college students like myself. Also, businesses with more than 50 employees must offer health insurance.
The Republicans proposed a replacement to Obama care; This proposal was also known as "Ryan care" since it was first the idea of the Republican Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan. President Donald Trump gave his support for the plan the day after it was made public, and he pressured other Republican lawmakers to vote for it.
That push was not successful. The House delayed a vote on the bill on March 23, when Republicans were unable to gain support for it; they indefinitely pulled the proposal the following day. Speaker Paul Ryan told reporters following the decision, "Obamacare is the law of the land" and said the party would "move on to Pros.
Trump's care is really beneficial for large company owners, and the bill will try to reduce the tax burden for those business owners. But, for the small employers, there is no regulation change. Helping all of the people according to class le...