Pros And Cons Of Obamacare

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The Obamacare is a policy that spread across all majoritarian, client, interest group, and entrepreneurial politics. It much polarized the congress and none of the Republicans supported the bill. First, involving majoritarian politics, most people need to pay and fall under certain law regulations, with the goal of $940 billion over 10 years. Second, involving client politics, the bill benefited the drug manufacturers by increasing the demands of medicine. The pharmaceutical companies even agreed to pay up to $85 billion more taxes. Third, involving interest group politics, the labor unions gained more medical insurance while the employers would have to pay much higher taxes. Last, involving policy entrepreneurs, the Republicans became a lot

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