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  • Christine Kim

    I honestly believe the ACA will be more detrimental than beneficial. Hate the insurance companies all you want, but the ones who make up the companies are agents. The companies themselves will rake in revenue even with the act implemented, but the agents? They will be hurt financially. What will happen to their families? Who would have the incentive to work in the health care industry as an agent then? I've actually read numerous articles and done research on this so-called "reform," and I sincerely fear for the worst. Why should the government intervene every aspect of the free economy? For those who claim to be Biblically versed, even during times of King David, social hierarchy existed, but wise David did not inhibit growth of trade.

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  • David Culver

    Change is good for the consulting business.It is also good for new services and products which assist health industry in their efforts to comply with the ACA.. It is also good for citizens who are no devastated financially by their illness when non-insured. This is good for businesses who serve customers who are not dead yet !! It is also good for raising the standards of living for a geneation which has seen our standard of living going steadily downhill because we are getting paid the same as we did in 1972 and yet costs have risen.The result is we have less money and less of a life. The health act also is promulgating creative discussions in the health industry about what our goals really should be . reinventing hospitalization, the role of caregivers in prevention, research in to human behaviors and a myriad of other topics which are routinely ignored when only short term 'marketplace' profits are in play. Long term viability of institutions which serve the well being of our citizenry is good for the financial health of the nation. I say.