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Health Care Reform: Has the Affordable Care Act improved health care in the United States?
The Affordable Care Act is a landmark achievement that has provided health care insurance to millions of Americans who previously did not have it. Republican plans to repeal the law are deeply flawed.
The Affordable Care Act is a failure that has resulted in higher health costs and fewer choices for Americans. The law must be repealed in its entirety, including all stifling regulations placed upon the health insurance industry.
Let your students review the facts and decide for themselves: Has the Affordable Care Act improved health care in the United States? Be sure to check out Issues & Controversies’ complete and unbiased coverage of this timely issue. Enhance the debate with the discussion questions, “By the Numbers” data, primary sources, media (including thought-provoking audio and video content from NPR and Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates), editorials, and newsfeed that are linked to the article.
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