In the United States, how do you afford paying for health insurance, if you are unemployed, or only employed part-time (since health insurance is not frequently offered with part-time positions)? Since the (un)Affordable Care Act was passed, it would have cost my spouse $800/month to add me, and the same if I had added him. The (un)Affordable Care Act plans that you can purchase directly are terrible plans, and have extremely high deductibles' leaving many people stuck financially, whether they purchase it or not, as if they don't purchase it, they are heavily taxed at tax time.
by Susan Reid5 years ago
This is an unscientific poll.I am curious to know the answers to four very simple questions:1. Do you have health insurance now?2. Who pays the premium (main monthly cost) of your health insurance?e.g., employer,...
by Judy Specht22 months ago
I have been listening to how the government has a billion dollars for getting people to sign up for the Affordable Healthcare Act. Would that money have been better spent training more doctors and building new...
by Grace Marguerite Williams8 months ago
Obama "care" for the most part has been a disaster. Premiums keep rising & for many, it has become exorbitantly expensive. According to the latest news, steps to repeal...
by rhamson8 years ago
These statistics come from 1991 but show a trend that needs looking at when we are fed the line about the best healthcare system in the world.http://www.huppi.com/kangaroo/L-healthcare.htmHealth Care Expenditures...
by egiv8 years ago
And also to those who claim liberals don't argue with statistics:http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/05/opini … ref=global
by rhamson8 years ago
The latest vote to pass health care reform in congress has failed. Do we need to drop the issue or negotiate a new one?
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