Essay On The Pros And Cons Of Obamacare

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The Pros and cons on Obamacare "Centers for disease control and prevention estimate that approximately two of every five persons of Hispanic ethnicity and one of five non- Hispanic blacks were “classified as uninsured” during both 2004 and 2008. Obamacare has been getting many Americans into financial help. The pros and cons can have an effect on the many people who use ACA as their Healthcare. Also, many Americans enjoy having the American Healthcare system being “fixed” as it is for the government being told by American families with the ACA plan, that that they are having troubles or that they are just not getting what they were told. We already have many problems with the Healthcare system and we don’t know if it will get any better by, getting rid of Obamacare. The ACA will have an enormous impact on helping racial and ethnic minorities afford health insurance coverage. At the same time, the ACA represents an important step towards bringing the United States into compliance with its international treaty obligations to end racial discrimination in health care access. In 1992 by ratifying CERD, the United States committed itself to guaranteeing non-discrimination on the basis of race, color national and ethnic origin in the enjoyment of, among other …show more content…
Some people or even companies have posted a comment saying that they pay a certain amount, and that it’s too expensive. Well, the prices do depend, on how many workers and or how many family members. Most of the critics for Obamacare are not positive. Americans also believe that it's not bad but, we should fix the system on how the affordable care act works. Even though there are many problems, to some people it has actually worked. We are only focusing on the bad parts of it but, we have not focused enough on how it works for some Americans with the Affordable Care act. Three fourths, of the Americans have satisfaction with their Health