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Obamacare

A nickname for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which was passed during US President Barack Obama's tenure in office as his signature legislation. Obamacare was an attempt to provide universal healthcare.
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He has failed to fulfill some of his key campaign promises, included the repeal and replace of Obama Care and building a wall along the country's southern border.
In a statement greeting the release of the final version of the proposals, the White House said: "By lowering tax rates, simplifying the rigged and burdensome tax code and repealing the failed tax on lower- and middle-income households known as the Obama care individual mandate, this legislation will grow our economy, raise wages and promote economic competitiveness.
But the Obama care approach, with its heavy reliance on private insurance, would be regarded as either inadequate or discredited.
Donald Trump is one step closer to replacing Obama care.
However, he showed support for conscience rights in two cases involving Obama care mandates.
Texas), chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, said "scare tactics" were enveloping the issue, and promised that Obama care plans would not be terminated with President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration.
Sixth, President Obama's Affordable Care Act, popularly known as Obama Care, increased premiums for health insurance and alienated the voters whose support Clinton needed especially in the large vote-rich states.
Obama care, tax reductions, immigration policy reform and securing better deals for the US abroad are high on his agenda.
Education must compete with Employment, Obama Care, Social Security, Corporate Bailouts, Military Funding, Reelection campaigns, and other national priorities.
As for Obama giving advice, his regime is the most-failed presidency the US has ever had - Obama Care is a disaster.
Does Obama care that TTIP will allow US companies to sue an elected UK Government for changing policy to protect public services such as our NHS?
Some Republicans don't believe in Obama care, but it added about 15 million people to the health care system.
Likewise, West could have credited the Obama Administration with passing the Affordable Healthcare Act, popularly known as Obama care, which enabled nearly sixteen million people to have healthcare.
Medical growth is driven by insurance reimbursements and that system could change rapidly if Obama Care is dismantled.
He's done that over and over again on immigration, drug laws, climate change, and, of course, on Obama Care, which he has unilaterally altered lawlessly at least 15 times.