Yep, Obamacare Is Now More Popular Than Donald Trump

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With the loss of this federal money and fewer insured patients, health care providers would face higher uncompensated care costs.

USA hospitals could find themselves in financial straits if millions of Americans lose health insurance coverage, and the Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements aren't increased to help offset the resurgence in charity care, Umbdenstock said.

The financial underpinnings of Obamacare are the requirement to have health insurance and the subsidies that make it affordable, but the repercussions of repeal and delay extend beyond the millions of people who would lose their health insurance.

About 40 people turned out to the rally, holding signs that say "Care not Chaos" and "Show us your Plan". "I'm actually really excited about President-elect Donald Trump", she added. "There was a philosophy in some circles that if you can't pay for it, you don't get it".

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"I'm not the biggest fan of Obama, so I don't support him in the Obama things he's got going on", one woman explained after noting she preferred the ACA. Which, as anyone who knows anything about this subject at all knows, Obamacare is just a nickname for the Affordable Care Act. Although Price told Sanders he wanted to "work with [him] and others to assure drug pricing is reasonable", he did not provide any details how. A program that claims to cover everybody will require a very complex plan that could be tricky to develop and push through Congress.

In West Virginia, two insurance companies offer plans on the state's exchange: Parkersburg-based Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield and Dayton, Ohio-based CareSource.

"I am proud that one of my first votes in Congress was to start the process to repeal and replace this failed system", Cheney said in a statement.

Thousands showed up at a rally in Warren on Sunday where Democratic Presidential Candidate and Independent Senator Bernie Sanders, along with Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer of NY and Michigan Senators Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters, all joined together vowing to fight Republican attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Without a suitable replacement plan for the Affordable Care act, 22 million Americans will lose their healthcare and many will die. The parliamentary language approved would allow them to proceed without the threat of a filibuster by Democrats. Additionally, the United States is one of the few countries where governments don't negotiate with pharmaceutical companies to set drug prices.