The Affordable Care Act 2010
The year 2010 was historic, in that the Affordable Care Act was signed into law to provide millions of Americans with access to health insurance. For example, before 2010 young people in their early twenties could not be on their parent’s health insurance. Today, this is a reality for young people. Moreover, before the Affordable Care Act women were charged higher premiums due to their gender. This type of discrimination is no longer facing women today. Lifetime limits for coverage have been eliminated. The ACA protects patient's right to choose a health care provider. Insurance companies no longer dictate which emergency room their member may use. These examples of access to health care are a huge step in keeping America healthy.
The Affordable Care Act 2010 needs to be protected as it has improved American lives. The notion of repealing the Affordable Care Act should be alarming. Let us not give our health and our freedom of choice back to insurance companies. Let's not reinvent the wheel. If there is something people have a problem with in the Affordable Care Act, then let's discuss the issue and come up with a solution to the problem instead of eliminating a useful tool for Americans. Please, elect me to represent your interest to protect the ACA by voting for me on May 24, 2016.