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Should the United States continue implementing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)?

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This statute was signed into United States law on March 23, 2010, after successfully passing through both the House and the Senate.  The goal of the Act is to increase the affordability of health insurance, and to increase coverage to all applicants.  Most major provisions are to be phased in by January 2014.  Healthcare.gov is a US government run website created to act as a clearing house that allows users to compare and enroll in health insurance policies and check qualifications for government subsidies.  The site is meant to be used by residents of the thirty-six states that opted not to create their own state-run exchanges.

 

The Affordable Care Act should be kept in its current form

The Affordable Care Act should be repealed

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Should the United States continue implementing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act?

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