Repealing and Replacing ObamaCare
Proponents of ObamaCare argue that it has expanded health insurance coverage, and made coverage more robust and affordable to millions who are now eligible for Medicaid or taxpayer-funded financial assistance in the law’s insurance “exchanges.”
But not all of the law’s effects have been beneficial. Indeed, in response to the law’s mandates, the unsubsidized cost of health insurance has skyrocketed and many basic health insurance plans were cancelled. Insurance companies have sought other ways to control costs, such as narrowing provider networks, meaning some patients no longer have access to the doctors they prefer.
Our sister organization, Independent Women's Forum, has just released a Policy Focus on repealing and replacing ObamaCare. Inside, you'll learn why ObamaCare needs to be repealed, and how a more free-market approach to health reform will better address problems in our system.
You can read the report by clicking here.
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