If you already have health insurance: reform will provide you with more security and stability. It will limit your own out of pocket costs and prevent your insurance company from dropping your coverage if you get too sick. You'll also have affordable insurance options if you lose or change your job. And it will cover preventive care like check-ups and mammograms that save lives and money.
If you don't have health insurance: you will finally have guaranteed access to quality, affordable health care, and you can choose the plan that best suits your family's needs. And no insurance company will be allowed to deny you coverage because of a pre-existing medical condition.
i get that things need to be done in baby steps but what the system really needs isn't reform but rather radical overhaul. unfortunately, there's no political will for that. the very companies that profit from the way things are right now are those companies that bankroll the politicians that have the power to change things.That sums up my line of thinking nicely.
but if we are not careful it will turn into the same problem as Canada's socialized healthcare, there is a reason they come to the US for health conditions when they could get it in Canada for free.What reasons do they come to the US for?