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Midterms Killed Obamacare Repeal



MidtermsIn the wake of the 2018 midterm elections, the future direction of health care policy in the United States remains at the forefront of the political landscape, with Obamacare sure to remain in place for the foreseeable future.

Exit polls consistently showed health care was the number-one issue on voters’ minds, indicating the topic will be debated widely for the next two years. Citizens and lawmakers will be focusing on issues such as Medicaid expansion and work requirements, the Trump administration’s reforms providing alternatives to Obamacare, proposed changes to Medicare drug pricing processes, and the Democrats’ push for socialized health care.



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  1. Democrats did an excellent job of selling this as ‘we will get more free money from the Feds.’ to support this expansion.
    Costs are down the road so kick that can down that road.
    Republicans, nationwide, have not explained this. That this is everybody trying to pick everybody elses pocket so you had better be a pickpocket yourself.
    Republicans are not good at explaining this, thus they lose.