Health Care law is changing behavior...for the good.

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    Health care law changing behavior

    The GOP has basically said they will definitely kill this law. As the law becomes more popular, they will lose.
     
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    Of course it's changing behavior. It's one of the reasons for such a high unemployment rate. More popular, not really. More unpopular is more like it.
     
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    I agree with you if free health facility provided than every secured from disease specially patients which only full fill our needs.they have no extra money to buy the medicine .
     
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    More than 2.65 million Medicare recipients have saved more than $1.5 billion on their prescriptions this year, a $569-per-person average, while premiums have remained stable, the government plans to announce today.

    That's because of the provision of the health care law that put a 50% discount on prescription drugs in the "doughnut hole," the gap between traditional and catastrophic coverage in the drug benefit, also known as Part D.

    And, as of the end of November, more than 24 million people, or about half of those with traditional Medicare, have gone in for a free annual physical or other screening exam since the rules changed this year because of the health care law.
     

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