Obama’s national health care plan has sparked much controversy leading to the Supreme Court.
The health care plan is designed to (give) all Americans access to health insurance. Many Americans are faced with the harsh reality of not having health insurance because (they are) simply unable to afford the premiums. According to the Cost Benefit and Health Insurance Plans for Families, the average American pays $183 a month for insurance and, for a family, an average of $414 a month.
Well, Obama’s health care plan is designed to assist families who fall into the category of unable to afford health insurance, the elderly who are on a fixed-income with the doughnut hole, and the ones who fall under pre-existing conditions. The Affordable Care Act is definitely constitutional.
One of my dearest friends — I witnessed firsthand the hardship he went through in receiving medical assistance. He was one that fell in the category of working but was unable to afford the health care premiums and still be able to pay his bills and eat.
So after several denial letters for Medicaid he decides to go to the Emergency room but little does he know this is only a temporary fix to the problem. Trying to follow up (with) the doctor the Emergency department recommended left him hopeless and despaired, looking for a change in the health care system.
I have many stories of why it is definitely one of the best laws that has been generated … it’s like the American Dream. The Supreme Court will decide in late June whether or not the Affordable Care Act is constitutional or unconstitutional. I hope the courts will make the right decision for the sake of the American people like me and my dear friend.