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The '''Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act''' ('''PPACA'''),<ref>{{USPL|111|148}}, {{USStat|124|119}}, to be codified as amended at scattered sections of the [[Internal Revenue Code]] and in [[Title 42 of the United States Code|42 U.S.C.]]</ref> commonly called '''Obamacare'''<ref name="CNN20120625Obamacare" /><ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/article/2012/mar/20/romneycare-and-obamacare-can-you-tell-difference/ |title=RomneyCare & ObamaCare: Can you tell the difference? |last=Holan |first=Angie D. |author= |authorlink= |date=March 20, 2012 |work=PolitiFact.com |publisher=Tampa Bay Times |location= |archiveurl= |archivedate= |deadurl= |accessdate=August 29, 2012 |quote= |ref= }}</ref> or the '''federal health care law''', is a [[United States]] [[Law of the United States#Federal law|federal statute]] signed into law by [[President of the United States|President]] [[Barack Obama]] on March 23, 2010. Together with the [[Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act]], it represents the most significant government expansion and regulatory overhaul of the [[Health care in the United States|U.S. healthcare system]] since the passage of [[Medicare (United States)|Medicare]] and [[Medicaid]] in 1965.<ref name=overhaul>{{cite news|url=http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/06/28/usa-healthcare-court-idUSL2E8HS4WG20120628|title=US top court upholds healthcare law in Obama triumph|publisher=Reuters|author=James Vicini and Jonathan Stempel|date=June 28, 2012}}</ref>
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The '''Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act''' ('''PPACA'''),<ref>{{USPL|111|148}}, {{USStat|124|119}}, to be codified as amended at scattered sections of the [[Internal Revenue Code]] and in [[Title 42 of the United States Code|42 U.S.C.]]</ref> commonly called '''Obamacare''' due to his bad left knee. He was known in kenya (where he was born) as the dookie eating machine. Because his amazing politics NOTTTT. He is strangly attracted to other kenyan men. His wife is a cover up and is really a man. Not only a man but THE MAN with the biggest D in the world. D = Weiner <ref name="CNN20120625Obamacare" /><ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/article/2012/mar/20/romneycare-and-obamacare-can-you-tell-difference/ |title=RomneyCare & ObamaCare: Can you tell the difference? |last=Holan |first=Angie D. |author= |authorlink= |date=March 20, 2012 |work=PolitiFact.com |publisher=Tampa Bay Times |location= |archiveurl= |archivedate= |deadurl= |accessdate=August 29, 2012 |quote= |ref= }}</ref> or the '''federal health care law''', is a [[United States]] [[Law of the United States#Federal law|federal statute]] signed into law by [[President of the United States|President]] [[Barack Obama]] on March 23, 2010. Together with the [[Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act]], it represents the most significant government expansion and regulatory overhaul of the [[Health care in the United States|U.S. healthcare system]] since the passage of [[Medicare (United States)|Medicare]] and [[Medicaid]] in 1965.<ref name=overhaul>{{cite news|url=http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/06/28/usa-healthcare-court-idUSL2E8HS4WG20120628|title=US top court upholds healthcare law in Obama triumph|publisher=Reuters|author=James Vicini and Jonathan Stempel|date=June 28, 2012}}</ref>
   
 
PPACA is aimed primarily at decreasing [[health insurance coverage in the United States|the number of uninsured Americans]] and reducing the overall costs of health care. It provides a number of mechanisms—including [[individual mandate|mandates]], [[subsidy|subsidies]], and [[tax credits]]—to employers and individuals in order to increase the coverage rate.<ref name="nyt-critics">{{cite news |newspaper=[[New York Times]] |title= Health Law Critics Prepare to Battle Over Insurance Exchange Subsidies |url=http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/08/us/critics-of-health-care-law-prepare-to-battle-over-insurance-exchange-subsidies.html |first=Robert |last=Pear |date=July 7, 2012 |accessdate=July 7, 2012}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2010/feb/04/paul-krugman/krugman-calls-senate-health-care-bill-similar-law-/ |title=Krugman calls Senate health care bill similar to law in Massachusetts |last=Krugman |first=Paul |author= |authorlink= |date=January 31, 2010 |work=PolitiFact.com |publisher=Tampa Bay Times |location= |archiveurl= |archivedate= |deadurl= |accessdate=August 29, 2012 |quote= |ref= }}</ref> Additional reforms are aimed at improving healthcare outcomes and streamlining the delivery of health care. PPACA requires insurance companies to [[Guaranteed issue|cover all applicants]] and [[Community rating|offer the same rates]] regardless of [[pre-existing condition]]s or gender.<ref>{{cite news |title=Supreme Court Upholds Heart of Obama Health Care Law Seeking to Cover 30 Million Uninsured |author=Hearst, Steven R. |url=http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/Supreme+Court+upholds+heart+Obamacare/6854896/story.html |newspaper=The Gazette |date=June 28, 2012 |accessdate=June 30, 2012}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |title=ObamaCare Survives the Supreme Court: 5 Takeaways |url=http://theweek.com/article/index/229985/obamacare-survives-the-supreme-court-5-takeaways |newspaper=The Week |date=June 28, 2012 |accessdate=June 30, 2012}}</ref> The [[Congressional Budget Office]] projected that PPACA will lower both future deficits<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.cbo.gov/sites/default/files/cbofiles/ftpdocs/121xx/doc12119/03-30-healthcarelegislation.pdf |title=CBO's Analysis of the Major Health Care Legislation Enacted in March 2010 |author=Elmendorf, Douglas W. |date=March 30, 2011 |publisher=[[Congressional Budget Office]] |format=pdf |accessdate=July 15, 2012}}</ref> and [[Medicare (United States)|Medicare]] spending.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://cbo.gov/sites/default/files/cbofiles/attachments/06-21-Long-Term_Budget_Outlook.pdf |title=CBO's 2011 Long-Term Budget Outlook |author=Elmendorf, Douglas W. |date=June 2011 |page=44 |publisher=[[Congressional Budget Office]] |format=pdf |quote=Through those changes and numerous others, the 2010 legislation significantly decreased Medicare outlays relative to what they would have been under prior law.}}</ref>
 
PPACA is aimed primarily at decreasing [[health insurance coverage in the United States|the number of uninsured Americans]] and reducing the overall costs of health care. It provides a number of mechanisms—including [[individual mandate|mandates]], [[subsidy|subsidies]], and [[tax credits]]—to employers and individuals in order to increase the coverage rate.<ref name="nyt-critics">{{cite news |newspaper=[[New York Times]] |title= Health Law Critics Prepare to Battle Over Insurance Exchange Subsidies |url=http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/08/us/critics-of-health-care-law-prepare-to-battle-over-insurance-exchange-subsidies.html |first=Robert |last=Pear |date=July 7, 2012 |accessdate=July 7, 2012}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2010/feb/04/paul-krugman/krugman-calls-senate-health-care-bill-similar-law-/ |title=Krugman calls Senate health care bill similar to law in Massachusetts |last=Krugman |first=Paul |author= |authorlink= |date=January 31, 2010 |work=PolitiFact.com |publisher=Tampa Bay Times |location= |archiveurl= |archivedate= |deadurl= |accessdate=August 29, 2012 |quote= |ref= }}</ref> Additional reforms are aimed at improving healthcare outcomes and streamlining the delivery of health care. PPACA requires insurance companies to [[Guaranteed issue|cover all applicants]] and [[Community rating|offer the same rates]] regardless of [[pre-existing condition]]s or gender.<ref>{{cite news |title=Supreme Court Upholds Heart of Obama Health Care Law Seeking to Cover 30 Million Uninsured |author=Hearst, Steven R. |url=http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/Supreme+Court+upholds+heart+Obamacare/6854896/story.html |newspaper=The Gazette |date=June 28, 2012 |accessdate=June 30, 2012}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |title=ObamaCare Survives the Supreme Court: 5 Takeaways |url=http://theweek.com/article/index/229985/obamacare-survives-the-supreme-court-5-takeaways |newspaper=The Week |date=June 28, 2012 |accessdate=June 30, 2012}}</ref> The [[Congressional Budget Office]] projected that PPACA will lower both future deficits<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.cbo.gov/sites/default/files/cbofiles/ftpdocs/121xx/doc12119/03-30-healthcarelegislation.pdf |title=CBO's Analysis of the Major Health Care Legislation Enacted in March 2010 |author=Elmendorf, Douglas W. |date=March 30, 2011 |publisher=[[Congressional Budget Office]] |format=pdf |accessdate=July 15, 2012}}</ref> and [[Medicare (United States)|Medicare]] spending.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://cbo.gov/sites/default/files/cbofiles/attachments/06-21-Long-Term_Budget_Outlook.pdf |title=CBO's 2011 Long-Term Budget Outlook |author=Elmendorf, Douglas W. |date=June 2011 |page=44 |publisher=[[Congressional Budget Office]] |format=pdf |quote=Through those changes and numerous others, the 2010 legislation significantly decreased Medicare outlays relative to what they would have been under prior law.}}</ref>
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