Monday, July 10, 2017
Obamacare’s Basket Of Insurance Mandates Should Be The First Thing To Go
In 2014, Obamacare took effect. That year Line 61 in the “Other Taxes” section of our beloved 1040 Itax form began to read: “61 Health care: individual responsibility (see instructions) Full-year coverage,” followed by a box to check if you had health insurance for the entire year and a space to enter the amount you owed if you didn’t. That line hadn’t appeared on the 1040 for 2013, nor on any prior 1040.
In “Health Insurance Coverage of the Total Population” at the Kaiser Family Foundation, we see the percentages of Americans in insurance categories and what they were in 2013 and in 2015. “Non-Group” is the individual market, which has been taken over by the Obamacare exchanges and Healthcare.gov. “Other Public” is mainly military, the Veterans Affairs. Here, then, are the percentages by category in 2013, the year before the ACA took effect, and in 2015:
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JS: Having anything to do with The Kaiser Foundation is a big problem. Kaiser has made many many millions off gov programs.