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One of my latest posts will focus on the two biggest issues associated with the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare): It’s a “big lie” that the law provides a way to force private employers into admitting more workers to the employer-sponsored workforce.
But that does not mean private employers (that was the case until we came to Obamacare, according to the Department of Health and Human Services) can, as many think, force their employees to sign up to the health care law at all.
I’ll be sharing a discussion with you on what can and can’t be true.
So let’s start at the beginning.
How Will the Affordable Care Act Be Created?
What exactly does “Obamacare” mean?
First, and foremost, it doesn’t actually mean a bunch of lies. As I already talked about earlier the law is designed to keep out-of-pocket costs from having a detrimental impact on everyone’s health or, actually, health insurers. It’s not that it should be in the name. Rather, what the law is supposed to mean is that people whose health insurance plan is not linked to the private sector will be required to fill out a form, provide some form of proof of job security and get insurance or a waiver before they’ll be allowed to go public for a few years.
The law also makes it harder for people to get coverage or get insurance based on their preexisting conditions (including age, health insurance, and preexisting condition insurance). It also gives certain people the option of getting health insurance through Medicaid, which has become much harder to obtain and/or enroll, so it’s possible that some people in the private sector — as individuals who are not covered by health insurance (and have no job-security benefits) — might have to pay huge, significant premium increases.
If you want to qualify for coverage, you cannot have someone else covered by the Affordable Care Act. You must get health insurance to have the benefit. It’ll be something like a “federal subsidy.”
Let’s take a