American Care Act
Before Obamacare, healthcare premiums were too expensive for many families to afford. And even if you could afford it, insurance companies would deny coverage to anyone who had a preexisting medical condition, making it near impossible to get coverage if you weren't 100% healthy. Obamacare, officially known as the "Affordable Care Act," changed all of that. Now, by law, healthcare has become much more affordable
The Supreme Court upheld a critical part of the Affordable Care Act made it easier for Americans to afford health insurance regardless of where you live.
In 2011 the Congressional Budget Office projected that the ACA would lower both future deficits and Medicare spending .
Congress enacted the Affordable Care Act, a comprehensive health care reform law which includes a requirement, effective in 2014, that most individuals purchase health insurance, and which significantly expands the Medicaid program.