The healthcare law is in front of the Supreme Court once again in November, so COURIER decided to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about the ACA.
The continued loss of health coverage under the Trump administration has eroded the gains made since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, which made insurance attainable for 20 million people.
If the Affordable Care Act is struck down, tens of millions of Americans would lose coverage and protections for pre-existing conditions.
Rep. Tom O’Halleran of Arizona says repealing the Affordable Care Act, especially in the middle of a pandemic, only stands to make the country weaker.
Under the ACA, people who experience “qualifying life events,” such as losing their jobs, can enroll in a health insurance plan on the individual markets.
The decision not to reopen the federal health insurance marketplace came down the same day the president announced a forecast of up to 240,000 deaths due to coronavirus.
A full repeal of the ACA would leave Arizonans vulnerable during a critical time in our nation's history.