If you’re like most people, you haven’t been able to avoid all the discussion surrounding healthcare in the past few weeks and months. To cut through all the static, I brought on Paul Ashley from First Person Benefit Advisors onto my show to ask the most pressing questions.
Since the Affordable Healthcare Act was passed in 2010, Republicans have wanted to repeal and replace it. But what does that mean? What does it look like in our every day life? We talk about the real differences between Obamacare (the ACA) and Trumpcare (the AHCA). No matter where you stand on the political scale, healthcare affects every one of us and it’s important to know what each side believes as well as the reality of each bill in the midst of so much opinionated coverage.
If you’ve ever wondered, “Why does healthcare cost so much?” or “How are other countries able to have what looks like ‘free’ healthcare?” then this episode is for you.
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