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What is the difference between Trumpcare and Obamacare?

Asked by T. Lopez, Last updated: Sep 08, 2020

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S. Hughes

S. Hughes

S. Hughes
S. Hughes

Answered Aug 19, 2019

Trumpcare is only named as such because this was built in contrast to the healthcare provided during Obama’s time as president. The actual name of Trumpcare is American Health Care Act. Obamacare is the Affordable Care Act. One difference is that ACA will require different insurance companies to provide the 10 types of healthcare that may be needed by different people.

Trumpcare is only named as such because this was built in contrast to the healthcare provided
AHCA will allow the insurance companies in different states to decide the type of healthcare that they want to offer. If they believe that they do not want to provide maternity health insurance, then this is possible. The AHCA will also charge you more if you get insurance while having a pre-existing condition.

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