Skip to comments.Broken Promise #3: The Health Care Law Will Cover 32 Million Uninsured Americans
Posted on 03/22/2012 6:17:01 PM PDT by blueyon
The President himself may not be doing anything this week to mark the two-year anniversary of his health care law, but his administration is working hard to convince the public that they really should like it.
To set the record straight heres another post on one of the significant failings of the law. Todays broken promise is: The health care law will cover 32 million* uninsured Americans.
In February 2010, the White House released their health care reform plan with the promise of covering 32 million Americans. One way the law does that is by expanding Medicaid eligibility. Kaiser Health News reports:
Low-income adults, including those without children, will be eligible, as long as their incomes didn't exceed 133 percent of the federal poverty level, or $14,404 for individuals and $29,326 for a family of four, according to current poverty guidelines.
A Congressional Budget Office (CBO) report estimates that starting in 2016, 16 million to 17 million people will be enrolled in Medicaid and CHIP.
(Excerpt) Read more at freeenterprise.com ...
The health care law will cover 32 million* uninsured Americans
by taking insurance from 20 million
These 32 million more patients will have a rough time getting seen by half the Doctors we have now, as more and more Doctors quit before accepting the pay Government decides to give them and then have to invest what they do make the way the Government tells them to invest it.
I hope they don’t mind standing in line