After you've (re)read it check out this very cool tool on BarackObama.com. You enter your personal circumstances; working, kids, retired...and it tells you how the bill will personally effect you. Isn't technology fun? http://www.barackobama.com/health-care?source=health-care-soundbite
Are you a Senior?
Obamacare will close the famed Medicare prescription drug "doughnut hole," which forces some seniors to pay thousands of dollars for prescription medications out of pocket.
Have you ever been sick? What about your kid?
Under Obamacare people can no longer be denied coverage because of pre-existing conditions. What's considered a pre-existing condition? Everything from high blood pressure to asthma to cancer or heart disease. If the law is overturned, up to 129 million people would be at risk of being denied insurance due to pre-existing conditions.
Do you get a mammogram, or a flu shot?
If Obamacare is repealed, one of the first things to go is coverage for preventive care. Preventive services include mammograms, cancer screenings, blood pressure tests, flu shots and bone density tests for osteoporosis. These services can prevent sickness, and also catch it early -- making treatment easier and less invasive.
Do you have a kid under the age of 26? Are you under 26?
Before the affordable care act, young people could be kicked off their parents’ insurance when they turn 18 or graduate from college. I’m sure its not shocking news that many recent college graduates do not have jobs that offer health care coverage. Now, your kids can stay on your insurance until they are 26.
So, do you care now?