The United States, for quite a length of time, has been dealing with a proposed crisis of unavailable health care. Many citizens do not have enough money to pay for the outrageously skyrocketing prices of health care and their premiums. People have had to make do without having health care, thus putting them in danger of going bankrupt if they ever needed something medical covered. Because of all the people without health care, scared and penniless, the government has taken it upon themselves to come up with a bill to make health care more affordable and readily available to all Americans.
This health care bill proposes many different changes to our health care system that is supposedly going to help revolutionize health care. One benefit of the bill is it is going to give a large tax cut for the middle class. By giving tax cuts to the majority of America, the middle class, Americans would have more money left over to purchase health care for their families or small business. This is foreseen to help over 32 million Americans purchase health care, only looking at the middle class. That means it will give roughly one tenth of Americans a tax cut in order to afford health care. This is a very good benefit for the middle class Americans (President’s Health Care Bill 1, 2).
Another benefit of this bill is that there is no mandate for all businesses to provide health care for their employees. The exception is large businesses with 50 or more employees are mandated to provide health care. This gives a break on small businesses that are hindered from expanding because of the burden to provide health care for their employees. The big corporations that make plenty of money will be mandated to provide health care to all employees. This puts more pressure on employers to take care of their employees and gives them more responsibility (President’s Health Care Bill 4). Kenny 2
Also, this bill promises an increase in funding for the Health Care...
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