Video: ABCs of the ACA
Opinions regarding the Affordable Care Act (ACA) have not changed much over time. According to a Kaiser Family Foundation survey, 46 percent of Americans held a generally favorable view of the ACA one month after its signing in April 2010, while 40 percent held a negative view. Nine years later, the polling results have not changed.
The newest information I’m about to share likely will not have any impact on your like or dislike of the ACA. However, it is vitally important for voters to understand exactly what the ACA did and did not do and how it was or was not funded. Repealing, repairing, or replacing the ACA makes no sense if you don’t know exactly what you are trying to fix. Take a look.
Don’t forget to tune in next week, where I’ll take a deeper dive into this very issue. And, if you haven’t already, I encourage you to sign up for the “Insiders’ Club” where you’ll be notified when I release new information AND receive a FREE copy of my book “The Voter’s Guide to Healthcare: A non-partisan, candid, and relevant look at politics and healthcare in America” when it’s available.
Published on: 09.25.19