Republicans Don't Think Many Will Miss Obamacare but That's Not the Case

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Republicans Don't Think Many Will Miss Obamacare but That's Not the Case

Dec, 13th 2016

Some of the Republicans agitating to repeal Obamacare say they aren’t worried about taking health insurance away from more than 20 million people. Their theory: The program is wildly unpopular and even the people with coverage wouldn’t miss it, no matter what takes it place.

“People have crappy insurance,” Rep. John Shimkus (R-Ill.) told Politico last week. “This fear that they’re going to lose something that they don’t think they have anyway is crazy.”

Anna Meyers would beg to differ.

Meyers, 42, lives in the eastern part of North Carolina. She and her husband, 59, have been getting insurance through healthcare.gov for the last three years. Meyers also has a son, 14, who has autism. He gets coverage through Medicaid ― a program that Republicans say they would like to shrink just as soon as they are done with Obamacare.

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