Republicans have made repealing and replacing Obamacare, also known as the Affordable Care Act, one of their singular goals. But they’ve been slow to specify what, exactly, their replacement will look like or what it will mean for the more than 20 million Americans who currently rely on the law.&hel...
“Four million Americans who are struggling with mental illness or substance use disorders would lose access to life-saving treatment and care if Congress moves forward with ACA repeal." —Gary Mendell, CEO of Shatterproof
The Affordable Care Act has helped reduce a phenomenon called "job lock," in which potential small-business owners avoid going out on their own in order to keep the health insurance benefits at their current full-time jobs.
Repealing the law could jeopardize crucial support for thousands of American entrepreneurs.