Kittypie070: Does it MATTER if they tried to vote the ACA down 37 times in a ROW??Suddenly they want it enforced instead of trying again and again to kill it WHY?Suddenly they declare it UNconstitutional to NOT enforce ACA, when they were screaming about it being unconstitutional in the first place??Does anyone even remember those town hall meetings?
IrateShadow: Can someone explain why delaying the employer mandate and not delaying the individual mandate isn't a big FU to people without employer-provided insurance?
worlddan: Where are you getting these numbers? Under the ACA someone earning 25K a year would be eligible for premium subsidies in exchanges as that is less than 250% of the 2013 Federal Poverty Level. Not only that, depending on how their income is earned they might be eligible for Medicaid if their state has expanded it.
IrateShadow: worlddan: Because the number of people it effects is tiny. Most people who do not have employer-provided insurance will actually get subsidized by the government in one form or another. Very very few people will get stuck with a penalty.50 million people is nothing to sneeze at
IrateShadow: worlddan: Because the number of people it effects is tiny. Most people who do not have employer-provided insurance will actually get subsidized by the government in one form or another. Very very few people will get stuck with a penalty.50 million people is nothing to sneeze at and even with the subsidy, you're still looking at those people spending out 9% of their income on health insurance. That's really farking stifling to someone making $25k/year.
Serious Black: Only 9% of businesses have between 20 and 99 employees. The rest would have to dramatically change their employment in the next year to be impacted by the employer shared responsibility payment.Of those businesses around the 50 employee threshold, six out of seven businesses with 25-49 employees already provide health insurance, and nineteen out of twenty businesses with 50-199 employees already provide health insurance. Most of them would merely have to report their offer of health insurance to exempt themselves from the employer shared responsibility payment.What's the hullabaloo about here?
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