Why Next President Needs to Scrap Enhanced Subsidies – Pacific Research Institute

Why Next President Needs to Scrap Enhanced Subsidies

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The Affordable Care Act’s defenders are sounding the alarm over the health law’s future under a possible second Trump presidency.

The conventional wisdom suggests that, should Donald Trump win in November, the enhanced premium subsidies signed into law by President Joe Biden would be allowed to expire on December 31, 2025.

That prospect has Democrats up in arms. As the president put it at a recent campaign event in North Carolina, “Trump and his MAGA friends in Congress want to get rid of the ACA and kick these Americans off their health insurance. It’s sick.”

Click to read the full article in Newsmax. 

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