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Florida Health Insurance Explains Health Care Reform


The Obama administration has brought in new reforms in Florida Health Insurance reform to overhaul healthcare sector and facilitate access of medical insurance to millions of Americans. Super majority in the Senate passed the reform bill introduced by Obama administration in January 2010.

This landmark bill introduced by US Government will ensure that majority of the Americans will have some kind of Florida health insurance. The health insurance reforms bill signed by Obama will render coverage to approximately 32 million people who currently do not have any health insurance. The health insurance reform will also enroll around 16 million people to the Medicaid program. The health insurance reform bill subsidizes private coverage for people with low or moderate income. The new reforms also regulate private insurers and imply strict measures in their practices such as refusal of care to people with pre-existing conditions. The new reforms will cost $938 for 10 years to the government and it will reduce the fiscal deficit by $138 billion in coming decade.

A lawsuit has been filed in Florida, which challenges President Obama’s health care overhaul. Other 20 States have joined the lawsuit. States have challenged the legislation constitutionality. They debate that new reforms violate States’ sovereignty by demanding that all Americans should have some kind of health insurance. The Justice department however, has asked the judge to dismiss this lawsuit filed by 20 States.

President Obama has said that it will take at least four years before these Florida health insurance plans take full effect but the changes have been initiated from this year. The new reforms will register a radical change in US domestic policy as everyone will have some basic security in terms of health care.

Republicans had vehemently opposed the new reforms legislation and had unanimously voted against this health insurance reform bill. They are of the view that new reforms will act as an intrusion in peoples’ personal medical decisions. Republicans also opine that Obama’s health care program is costly. Republicans have been arguing that if new reforms come into effect in 2014, Americans holding any health insurance policies currently will not be able to retain their policies after the new law is applied. The new reforms will also cause the health insurance costs to rise and couples earning more than $250,000 will have to pay higher taxes.

This opposition, however, has been ignored and the Obama Administration is now gearing up to implement the various provisions of the Health Care Reform.


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