In 2010, the Affordable Care Act was approved by Congress and will be phased in over several years. However, the argument remains as to the law's appropriateness in a democratic nation such as the United States.
In a substantial post, you will examine whether the ACA is or is not an appropriate law for the United States. You must include critical information about the law that is currently under debate such as quality, cost, access, technology, health care system structure, global effect, rationing, government versus private oversight, and so on. At least two scholarly sources are required to support your opinion.
I think that the ACA is an appropriate law for the United States, due to the fact that it is a law that has the purpose of ensuring the health and well-being of all of the citizens, instead of a portion of its citizens that have the means to acquire healthcare. In addition, it is not the fault of the citizens that there are not enough jobs for everyone, and having a job and a source of income was a fundamental requirement for healthcare before ...
This solution describes an analysis of the affordable care act.