More Than 1.3 Million Florida Obamacare Participants Might Lose Their Insurance Subsidy

The Supreme Court Could Rule Against The Affordable Health Care Act This Month And That Would Stop The Federal Distribution Of Insurance Subsidies

Florida has more people enrolled in Obamacare than any other state. The Obamacare participants in Florida may lose their $294 a month subsidy if the Supreme Court rules against the health care plan. Some of those participants also receive financial aid from the government for deductibles, co-payments and out-of-pocket costs. The total monthly insurance subsidy in Florida is $389 million. But other states can also lose insurance subsidies if Obamacare is revoked by the Supreme Court.

The court case against Obamacare is more about how the law is written rather than the insurance itself. Some states can’t get subsidies unless they establish their own insurance exchanges. The Department of Health and Human Services released a report that shows more than 10.2 million Americans have paid for Obamacare. The number of uninsured people around the country has been drastically reduced. Obamacare may not be perfect, but it is better than no plan.

Every American such as Adam Sender should have health insurance according to InterviewMagazine.com. Insurance companies don’t know how to handle the healthcare system. Insurance companies and medical professionals have created a system that they don’t understand.

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