Trump Administration to Protect 102 Million People Suffering From Pre-Existing Conditions

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Many as 100 million Americans are living with the medical conditions which are not mentioned in the health insurance program such as Medicare. During the midterm elections of 2018, the voters could cast their ballots to debating with Congress for not repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

The ACA which is generally known as Obamacare. If the act repealed, 102 million individuals could have to pay an additional premium to their medicare, the new study by firm Avalere states. Avalere is a consulting firm having specialization in policy, strategy, and data analysis for health plans.

In February, Ken Paxton and other people filed a legal challenge against Obamacare in the federal court. This case defends the penalty imposed on the people for not having health insurance is invalid. Trump administration gave affirmative thought by declining to shield the imposed law.

The pre-existing condition includes some major health issues such as cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, and blood pressure. It is a comprehensive categorization prior to ACA’s appeal, which gave insurance companies to exclude an individual from health insurance coverage. Protection for the pre-existing condition is leading to make Americans afford the insurance installment, said the director of Avalere, Chris Sloan.

Earlier, President Donald Trump claimed that Republicans will protect the Americans suffering from the pre-conditions. This tweet of President claims that Republicans lawmakers are fighting in favor of people suffering from pre-existing conditions in order to dismantle the Affordable Care Act (ACA) with Democrats.

It can be possible that this fight between Trump administration and Democrats might be beneficial for the Democrats in the upcoming elections on Tuesday, November 6.

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