Obamacare in Trouble…Again
October 27, 2016•7 min
Once again, the Affordable Care Act appears to be in trouble. This week, the Obama administration announced premiums will rise an average of 22 percent next year and that many insurers are leaving the marketplace. The announcement, just days before the election, put the future of the President’s signature piece of legislation back into the conversation on the campaign trail — and leading many to show their support (or dismay) on Twitter with the trending hashtag #ObamacareInThreeWords. #ObamacareInThreeWords: Pre-existing conditions — lifesaving. — Bill Madden (@activist360) October 26, 2016 #ObamaCareInThreeWords biggest scam ever. We are broke. . The president lied. It's all Democrats. Send Dems packing pic.twitter.com/j2TFCeVue8 — deplorable hockeyman (@cheaptrickone) October 26, 2016 20 million covered. #ObamaCareInThreeWords pic.twitter.com/7OGTlEVIrB — Jason Sparks (@sparksjls) October 26, 2016 REPEAL AND REPLACE!!! #ObamaCareInThreeWords — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 25, 2016 This week on Money Talking, Jonathan Cohn with the Huffington Post and Tami Luhby of CNNMoney discuss whether things are as bad as they seem for Affordable Care Act with host Charlie Herman.