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If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It: Healthcare Reform And Medicare Part D
Forbes

“Faith lost in Obamacare as consumers look to alternatives.”

“Why Obamacare co-ops are failing at a rate of 50 percent.”

“Obamacare is failing to make care more affordable.”

These are just a few of the recent headlines about President Obama’s troubled health care law. While there are over 16 million newly insured Americans because of it, there are also millions who have seen their premiums and copays go up exponentially, as well as individuals who have lost coverage altogether. Reports suggest that Obamacare could cost the domestic economy two million jobs over the next ten years. We’re also facing tremendous challenges in getting young people to sign up for insurance – the key demographic that the success of the program hinges upon.

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