ObamaCare Will Rise 116% in Arizona 40% in North Carolina 53% in Pennsylvania:
One of the most important issues in America is health insurance coverage. ObamaCare is going to rise to double-digit premiums. Sky high premiums that will never be affordable. The President had 8 years to implement a health insurance system that would be affordable and stable; that now doesn’t appear to be the case.
It has been recently announced that health care coverage insurance premiums are going to grow astronomically high with ObamaCare and the Democratic Nominee Hillary Clinton has failed to outline exactly how she intends to save ObamaCare and make is affordable.
There are major insurance companies that have bailed from ObamaCare. Of course Hillary Clinton wants to save ObamaCare for the President’s legacy. She has not outlined a detail plan on how to revive the ObamaCare’s implosion; thereby winging it, as she has demonstrated in her public record as Secretary of State.
“Hillary Clinton wants to build on the progress we’ve made and fix what’s broken.” spokeswoman Julie Wood said. “Clinton has a serious plan to improve choices and increase competition, including a public option and a Medicare buy-in.”
Republican Nominee Donald Trump appealed to Americans in key swing states where residents could be facing rate increases even higher than the national average.
The administration announced that premiums for a mid level plan are set to rise an average of 25 percent in 2017 in the 39 states that use the federal HealthCare.gov. The rate hikes vary widely across different cities and states, but several battlegrounds could be facing increases that are considerably higher.
It’s crucial that Americans in these key swing states in Arizona, North Carolina and Pennsylvania be informed of the administration figures. The average premium increase for a popular “silver” plan will rise 116 percent in Arizona; 40 percent in North Carolina; and 53 percent in Pennsylvania.
Republican Nominee Donald Trump and his campaign talked about this important issue in lengthy detail and shared with Americas through an email that was sent out on Tuesday. Pointing out “ObamaCare’s failure hits swing states hard” and detailing projected rate increases “from Arizona to Wisconsin.”
Mr. Trump on Fox News “America’s Newsroom said , “Obama Care has to be repealed and replaced calling the law a “disaster.”
Health insurances have to have the flexibility to offer their services in any given state; this will encourage insurance companies to be competitive and bid with each other, all offering a more affordable health care plan customizing their plans to suit and insure their customers.
Drug prices is also a priority, as one of the number of consumer issues relating to health care. Insurance companies must include a list of multiple doctors and hospitals that will be covered through their health care plans. Many consumers, especially senior citizens, or someone who is faced with a chronic illness; for these people making expensive drugs affordable is top priority; because no one should have to go without taking their medications daily.