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How bad will the insurance coverage get under the Affordable Health Care Act? Mine just keeps getting worse?

Its now been changed to only cover 70% rather than 80%. The copay and deductible are higher. The notification said that the company I worked for was being pressured to reduce costs due to the Affordable Health Care Act. So now I guess I need a supplemental health insurance policy. I guess that looks better on Obama's statistics but it sure doesn't help the people who need insurance. How does that save me money? Why does anyone support this bill? It stinks.

Asked By: BekindtoAnimals22 - 1/12/2012
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The health care plan was written badly, but in a way it isn't fair that people on food stamps get free health care and the people paying for them don't... More
Answered By: Queen of Sheba - 1/13/2012
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Much worse than it has been even under Clinton's managed care. Expect services and treatment to be further cut, as well. Pretty soon, we'll all be standing in line at Wal-Mart for our yearly exams. I sometimes wonder if Clinton's legislation, which he, also, promised would give us lowered costs and better care, wasn... More
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Answered By: wider scope - 1/12/2012
 
We all know Obamacare is designed to collapse the private medical insurance industry and replace it with "single-payer" meaning GedGov Uber Alles. So it will continue getting worse until it collapses. Unless the Supreme Court strikes it down. Which it should because nobody can force you to sign a contract.
Answered By: who is #1? - 1/13/2012
 
My premiums have gone up 37% because of Obamacare. At one time I was able to "downgrade" and get a less expensive policy, but that option is now gone... More
Answered By: suthrnlyts™ - 1/13/2012
 
All insurance companies are charging everyone more right now to cover the changes to take place in 2014. They are u sing the Health Care Act as an excuse to raise rates but they dont have to since they make billions of dollars each quarter. If you feel your insurance is gouging you file a complaint with your state... More
Answered By: Flower - 1/13/2012
 
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