Obamacare Essays and Term Papers

  • Koalas

    Obamacare, or what is formally known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, is federal legislation that was signed into law on March 23, 2010 by present Barak Obama. The act aims to reform national healthcare and give more people than before access to affordable healthcare. The overall goal...

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  • Obamacare

    Obamacare Obamacare is a huge topic being discussed between many politicians and regular people across the country. Obamacare is the major “accomplishment” of President Obamas Presidency. While democrats generally are in favor of Obamacare, the republicans are against it. The arguments against...

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  • Obamacare

    healthcare known as Obamacare. What is Obamacare? Obamacare is a new law signed by President Barack Obama; its main focus is to provide affordable health care, whether the American people like it not. If an American chooses not have health insurance, an individual could be fined. As Obamacare approaches and...

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  • matrix to plato

     “Age of ObamaCare” Baker College Eng. 101 October 16, 2013 “Age of ObamaCare” In her article “What is ObamaCare”, Kimberly Amadeo (2013) proclaims how the economy is changing, how the changes affect this country and steps you need to take now so it will be beneficial in the near future...

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  • Obamacare Cons

    Even though ObamaCare does a lot right, it does have some consequences for specific groups of Americans. ObamaCare does hurt a small percentage of small businesses, has had a negative effect on insurance premiums and has made some reforms that have hurt some medical industries and their workers. Here...

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  • Obama Care

    One of the biggest topics in the United States this year has been ObamaCare. The cost of health care has been skyrocketing for years, making it unaffordable for many people. The people who cannot afford it wind up without any health insurance at all and the cost of caring for them when they are sick...

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  • Political Campaign Analysis Paper

    adopt a position, these rhetorical tools contribute to the overall purpose of each campaign. The video campaign, “Obamacare: More Than a Glitch,” is a perfect example of this. “Obamacare: More Than a Glitch,” was a campaign ran by The Heritage Foundation in 2013. The Heritage Foundation is a forty-one...

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  • Problems with Obamacare

    ObamaCare offers a number of protections and benefits to all Americans. Along with the 10 essential health benefits authorized by ObamaCare, additional benefits range from slowly taking away pre-existing conditions to expanding health services. However, there are multiple problems with ObamaCare that...

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  • Debate Team paper on Obamacare

    Debate Team paper on Obama Care Our team’s debate topic covers a controversial issue within the Affordable Care Act in America, known as Obamacare. Obamacare is the universal health care in the United States that provides Americans access to affordable, quality health insurance, with a goal of reducing...

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  • The Necessity of ObamaCare in the United States

    The Necessity of ObamaCare in the United States The United States is heavily watched around the world in terms of politics or any other action as it is one of the leading countries of the world. Recently, the United States caught the eye of the world in its recent debate of the health care reform...

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  • Healthcare Reform

    a reformed healthcare system began with the Obama administration when President Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act, also referred to as “Obamacare”, on March 23, 2010 (“Insurance Mandate” PRO 31). Liberals and conservatives all over the nation delivered their points of view on whether the new...

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  • Obamacare and Small Business

     Obamacare & Small Business BUS 207 01 November 25, 2013 Melissa Spinden Many people have a lot of questions when it comes to the new healthcare reform law. First off Obamacare is formally called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The...

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  • Hhfgfgjk

    What is Obama Care? What is the Health Care For America Plan? You've heard of ObamaCare, but what is ObamaCare or the Health Care For America Plan exactly? Obama Care (also known as the Health Care for America Plan) is a national health care plan aimed at reforming the American health care system...

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  • Senate Republicans Develop The Most Credible Plan Yet To 'Repeal And Replace' Obamacare

    Orrin Hatch-have put forth the most thoughtful and constructive plan yet developed to repeal and replace Obamacare. The plan seeks to ensure that as many Americans have health coverage as Obamacare does. The vast majority of the Republican base is employed or retired; these active GOP primary voters...

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  • Healthcare

    Vaughn US History, Block A3 June 3, 2013 ObamaCare: A Positive Impact for the United States ObamaCare, also known as health care reform and Patient Protection and the Affordable Care Act, is a bill signed into law to reform the health care industry (ObamaCare). It was signed into law March 23, 2010...

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  • Obama Care Pros and Cons

    ObamaCare Pros ObamaCare Cons     Tens of millions of uninsured will get access to affordable quality health insurance through the marketplace. In order to get the money to help insure tens of millions there are new taxes, mostly on high-earners. The taxes that may affect you directly are the individual...

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  • Policy Making

    run the country. Obamacare has some history behind the issues, benefits, and policies that will be placed on Americans to abide by. We will take a look at the pros and cons of such a policy and weigh in on how it is good or bad depending on how it affects you and your family. Obamacare is an overall Medicaid...

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  • The Health Care Reform: What's Best for America

    Which healthcare plan is right for America, whether it be ObamaCare or not, is a controversial debate regarding quality, coverage, and government involvement. Although there are many valid health care systems, because the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) offers assistance to those who cannot afford or are...

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  • Fresh and Canned Food

    prisoners can be force-fed..." while pushing his law of Obamacare into Uncle Sam. This represents the Guantamano Bay prisoners being force-fed because they were on a hunger strike. Obama is using that to say that he could force his law of Obamacare to the rest of America. Also, in the cartoon it shows...

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  • Health Care Spending

    2 it describes important issues with the Obamacare. The article states the Obamacare will not reduce health care spending because the Obamacare the achievement source will begin next year. However, it does not show the government how successful the Obamacare will be or either shows how it will benefit...

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