By the time the Trump administration announces the repeal of the Affordable Care Act on January 20th, the law will have been in place for five years.
Since then, the ACA has become a major source of criticism for the Trump presidency.
Some Republicans have claimed that the law was never meant to be a replacement for the ACA; they have also argued that it was never designed to cover people with preexisting conditions and that many of the provisions were poorly written.
Some states have taken steps to eliminate their individual marketplaces, leaving those who are able to afford insurance in the individual market to choose between two insurance companies.
However, the number of people covered by the ACA remains relatively small.
The new law will, however, make the ACA more accessible to those who can’t afford it, with a range of new coverage options.
Under the ACA’s individual mandate, Americans are required to have health insurance or face penalties of $95 a month per person.
This is paid out by the federal government each month to individuals who do not have coverage.
The tax penalty on those who do have coverage is also a major contributor to the ACA.
For example, people with incomes below $75,000 a year will face a $95 tax penalty each year.
The IRS has also begun issuing tax credits for people to pay the ACA tax penalties.
These credits range from $2,500 for an individual, $3,000 for a family, and $5,000 per family member.
Individuals with incomes between $75 and $149,999 will receive an additional $2 for every dollar over that income level, up to a maximum of $7,500.
Those earning between $150,000 and $249,999 and who have incomes over $250,000 will receive $6,000.
For those with incomes above $250 million, the tax credits are worth up to $8,000, up from $7.
The ACA also has a tax credit for people with a pre-existing condition, allowing them to reduce their premiums for a year if they choose to go without coverage.
Some people have claimed the ACA was designed to make the health insurance market more competitive.
In some states, insurers are required by law to cover certain people with pre-existing conditions, such as those with diabetes or cancer.
Under this new mandate, however and with the help of the Congressional Budget Office, the Congressional Advisory Panel on Health Reform concluded that the ACA does not provide any competitive advantages over private insurers.
The report, which was released in July 2018, concluded that “the ACA’s overall structure does not increase the ability of insurance companies to offer competitive products or services and that it does not promote the development of a robust health care market.”
It also concluded that under the ACA there are no incentives for people who do want insurance to buy it.
While many people have argued that the Trump Administration did not intend to repeal the ACA before the midterm elections, the Trump campaign was well aware of the fact that it could happen.
On October 1st, 2017, Trump released a statement saying that “we are going to do what is right for our country and our economy, and I will make sure that we get it done.”
As it turns out, the health care law is in fact a lot more complicated than Trump originally thought, with provisions such as the individual mandate and the tax credit that are actually part of the overall ACA.
The law has become more accessible, and more coverage options have been introduced.
Many states have also eliminated their individual markets, leaving some people without coverage at all.
However the Affordable Health Care Act is not going away.
The Trump administration has said that the new law, along with other major legislative measures like the Republican tax plan, will be in effect for three years.
However since the law is going to be in place, the federal courts will have the opportunity to decide whether or not the repeal will have a positive impact on the ACA market.
Will the ACA Survive in 2019?
As mentioned previously, the repeal is going through the courts.
The Republican-controlled House of Representatives voted last week to repeal much of the law.
This vote was not entirely expected, but many Republicans are worried about the possibility of losing the House.
The majority of Republican senators are on record as supporting the repeal.
Although the Republican leadership in the House has said they are willing to work with the Trump government to pass the ACA repeal bill, the President has threatened to veto the bill.
However if the repeal fails, the court system will be able to strike down key provisions of the health law.
A ruling from the court could allow the ACA to survive until 2026, which would give Republicans a big political victory, but would mean the repeal won’t be repealed in 2024.
If the Trump and Republican leadership can convince the courts to strike the law down, the new health care bill is expected to be signed into