Health insurance in Houston still faces harsh criticism
from those who want to k
Houston health insurance continues to be in the current administration's
crosshairs as lawmakers make every attempt to kill the Affordable Care
Act, which turned 10 years old in March.
In any other time of the year, most Americans
would consider this news as unfortunate at the
The current administration has joined with some
states to dismantle the ACA.
In fact, the president said that the growing
crisis surrounding COVID-19 hasn't
changed his mind, and the state's highest
court is set to rule one way or the other
later this year.
The president believes he can come up with a
better plan as statistics continually argue that
more than 20 million additional Americans
have signed up for Houston health insurance
since the ACA became law 10 years ago.
Rick Thornton, a Houston health insurance agent , said these legal battles and inner bickering between red
and blue states won't end soon, but it appears as though the Affordable Care Act is going to put a ton of
Americans into a position to get quality health insurance while they are unemployed - a
Thornton said that health
insurance continues to experience
falling costs for average premiums.
The same data shows that 8.3 million
Americans have signed up for
coverage this year.
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