Affordable Care Act. Here to stay?
During President Trump’s campaign, he promised to repeal the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act and replace it with something bigger, better and cheaper.
There is no way to predict if a new health care bill will ever survive long enough to land on the President’s desk for signature.
There has been no law passed to eliminate the penalties regarding the individual mandate to carry health insurance.
Some of the more popular provisions that people would like to preserve in the new bill are: allowing dependents to remain covered on a parent’s plan until age 26, and prohibiting the denial of coverage based on pre-existing conditions.