I was fine BEFORE the government got involved in “healthcare.” I used to pay$364.oo a month for my health insurance. That insurance helped me through the trials of breast cancer and radiation treatment etc. Then, some legislators decided to FORCE me to buy new insurance as they caused my own policy to be discontinued!
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I’m very blessed, but living on SS, is, well you know is just month to month!! I believe that the ACA, helps people, but good grief, you get some extra money and we lose again!! And I know, life isn’t fair……
There was apparently an error with my health insurance payment last month (I had no idea, I thought I paid my bill) and Providence didn’t send me a non-payment notice, so they canceled my health insurance.
When I first signed up at the market place I was healthy.
Obamacare is unfair, provides crap coverage for high prices. Everyone should be in via national sales tax. We are either ALL IN TOGETHER
My premiums continue to go up by 8X the rate of inflation. I am forced to buy coverage I don’t need. I am finally considering going uninsured. At some point I will choose to stop earning money. Who is John Galt?
I have worked at goodwill almost 44 years, I was clearly told, I didn’t make enough money a year to get Obama care, if I went to welfare, I would make the 11 400.
I missed one month payment due to incorrectly inputting my credit card. the insurance company dropped me and my children.
I resent that congress is except from obama care; angry republican.
I am a single woman who just lost her job. I am appalled that you ask for my income, however you do not ask what my cost of Living is.
Once I looked into Obamacare, I came to learn I could finally obtain a basic health insurance plan thanks to it’s tax credit system that affects people like myself with lower incomes. It has enabled me to have Health Insurance for the first time since I lived with my parents as a child.
I could not afford the insurance offered to me by the school board and am very thankful for the Affordable Care Act.
The only thing Obamacare has done has changed who isn’t getting medical care. And made the insurance companies richer.
I am one of of the many people in America who is suffering from the broken healthcare system we have in our country right now. Every single day of my life I have to fight against my multiple chronic illnesses. It is a daily struggle that sometimes I win, and many times I lose. I…
I have bipolar disorder. Without Obamacare I wouldn’t have had access to the care and medication to keep me mentally same and safe.
Without the ACA my husband could’ve been denied coverage. If you have a loved one with ANY pre-existing I urge you to look at the ACA “ObamaCare” from their prospective.
I was in between jobs when diagnosed with ovarian cancer. I am ONLY a cancer SURVIVOR because of the ACA.
Due to a technicality neither Chase Bank nor Lifewise (the insurer) could resolve, I had to stop using online bill pay to pay Lifewise.
some people would save money under the AHCA/TrumpCare (like older Americans, sick Americans, and those who qualify for assistance), while others like younger Americans would save.
My insurance was very high until Obamacare! Now I have been able to go to Drs and get everything checked out! I would be dead or dying with colon cancer and major thyroid problems… if “Trump Care” was EVER passed!!!!
My health insurance has been cancelled because I did not pay my premium on time.
My Blue Cross Silver health plan Costs me only $147 per month. That’s a deal!
In 2015 I was diagnosed with breast cancer and I was uninsured. For me Obama care came in and saved the day. So thank you ACA for saving my life. Please do not repeal and replace just fix what is wrong with it.
Maybe I wouldn’t feel this way if insurance rates were not so age discriminatory. If I could pay the same as someone half my age (and I know many people half my age who are only half as healthy as myself and husband), I wouldn’t see this as such a burden.
The ACA saved a young man’s life, who happens to be my grandson. I write my Senator and Congressman every week pleading with them not to repeal the ACA.