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New post 11 Mar 2017, 21:34
Anyone have any thoughts on the ACA repeal bill in Congress?

What are your predictions on it passing?

I give it a 25% chance (but I also gave Trump a 25% of winning.....)
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New post 13 Mar 2017, 14:41
Keepushinalmosthere wrote:
Anyone have any thoughts on the ACA repeal bill in Congress?

What are your predictions on it passing?

I give it a 25% chance (but I also gave Trump a 25% of winning.....)


I really hope it's not going to be passed.
The decision to have it passed without waiting for the congressional budget office cost estimate raises some serious questions...
if it is indeed true what media and democrats say, it is the most stupid health care insurance legislation ever to be passed by the congress, covering no one else but the rich people...no wonder Trump doesn't even want to have AHCA associated with his name...
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New post 14 Mar 2017, 09:49
Well the CBO's projections are that 24 million people will lose their insurance through Trumpcare. Its too bad. This was a wonderful opportunity to fix the ailing Healthcare system. Instead the Republicans are focused on trying to "derfurd de' gubinment'". It makes no sense, since it ignores the fact that having healthcare and going in for preventative check ups prevents the massive government subsidized cost of ER trips, emergency surgeries, and expensive medication.
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New post 14 Mar 2017, 13:13
I haven't had med insurance for 2 years, and I paid fees for not having it (I believe first year 3% of my income, and later 3.5%); now - I have one, and I believe that under republican's one, it's not going to be better.
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