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“The Family Glitch”: Another Major Flaw Found in ObamaCare

 

This week Families USA, a liberal healthcare advocacy group, announced that there’s yet ANOTHER serious flaw in Obama’s health care plan.

 

Middle-to-low income families who are unable to receive insurance through their employer are eligible for a $4,000 tax credit to help pay for the insurance costs – except the method for determining eligibility is on an individual basis, not a multi-person family basis.

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So what happens if the family’s income exceed the imposed limits due to higher insurance premiums and employer costs?
They’re ineligible to receive the credit and are effectively “priced out” of receiving the credit, which means they’re unable to buy insurance for their spouses or their children.

 

 

 

That’s right – President Obama has ensured that this law will make healthcare “more secure and more affordable” for millions of Americans, and yet families across the country are unable to receive the very credits he has championed. Even this Democratic group admits that this is a flawed law with major issues.

 

“It’s an issue. It needs to be fixed,” Ron Pollack, executive director of Families USA.

 

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