10 Little Known Loopholes in America’s Healthcare System

10 Little Known Loopholes in America's Healthcare System

Obamacare is supposed to help ensure that no American citizen go without health care coverage, but is it as wonderful as it’s cracked up to be? Many opponents of this new health care reform are scrutinizing easily exploitable loopholes that will leave many Americans uninsured, push up the prices of healthcare premiums and help large insurance companies to cut expenses and raise profits in the process. Here are ten lesser-known health care loopholes causing controversy today. Read the rest of this entry »

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