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When the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) was enacted in 2010 it required all states to expand their Medicaid programs to include people with incomes slightly higher than those allowed under traditional Medicaid, as well as groups, like childless adults, that had not previously been covered. In 2012 the Supreme Court ruled that forcing States to expand their Medicaid coverage was unconstitutional. Since then 22 states have expanded their coverage and more than 35 have opted not to do so. Proponents of the expansion argue that it will lower healthcare costs for everyone by reducing the number of Americans without health insurance. Opponents argue that states should be allowed to run their own Medicaid programs without the intervention of the federal government. See recent Medicaid news
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No, universal basic health care should be provided to all citizens. Health insurance through an open market should be available to those who want more than basic healthcare. The people who purchase health insurance should not have to subsidize basic... 2 years ago from a Constitution in Metairie, LA
Only if the affordable care act is abolished. It is meaningless to have both and a large waste of money which is only creating larger margins for certain insurance companies to control the healthcare of citizens. If commercial insurance companies... 3 years ago from a Constitution in North Vernon, IN
No, Medicaid was an non funded federal directive where the bill was laid on the state government. The federal government should not impose laws without agreement with the states of the states are expected to fund it. 3 years ago from a Constitution in Brownsville, TX
Federal government is infringing on what should be decided by state government. 3 years ago from a Constitution in St. Joseph, WI
No, the act should not have been passed in the first place because the government has no place in the medical field. 3 years ago from a Constitution in Olive Branch, MS