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Reelection and effects of repeal/replace ACA
Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget states “According to our latest estimates, repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in its entirety would cost roughly $350 billion through 2027 under conventional scoring and $150 billion using dynamic scoring. Repealing just ACA’s coverage provisions would save $1.55 trillion through 2027 ($1.75 trillion on a dynamic basis).” (2020). While repealing the ACA may seem costly but, it could save more in the long run. Legislators are being reelected or elected for government based off these agendas. ACA is mainly supported by the democratic party and vice versa. If a Republican party is elected and holds house majority then they will likely repeal and replace. It is said that repealing the ACA will also provide some economic growth. The Democratic government will continue with the ACA and raise taxes to provide the insurance needed through Medicare and Medicaid.
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