Obamacare Puts Families Making $192,920 on Welfare by ProQuest


The current debate over whether the national healthcare plan being developed in Congress should or should not include a so-called "public option" - a health insurance plan set up by the government to compete with private health insurance providers - misses the point. Both the House and Senate bills set up a new government-regulated health insurance market - called an "exchange" by the House - where people can purchase approved health insurance plans (including, as currently drafted, the "public option") using "credits" that the government will provide to all families making up to 400% of the poverty level.

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