Obama's Affordable Care Act should not be repealed. The health care program should be retained, especially since there is no alternative approach in place or even being suggested by Republican lawmakers. Obamacare is complex and has its issues, but it has successfully given insurance coverage to 20 million Americans without having a significant effect on healthcare prices, says USA Today's Editorial Board. While some states are running into problems, these should be addressed and repaired instead of scrapping the whole program.
Obama's Affordable Care Act should be repealed. Recently, big health insurance providers in the USA have been withdrawing their participation in the law and pulling out of the marketplace due to its unsustainable risk pools and enrollment problems. Townhall's Guy Benson notes that Obamacare markets are near collapse as premiums get higher and healthy individuals are dropping out. The system should be replaced by something more affordable and effective, especially for healthy customers.