Proposals to reform The US’ Health Care Legislation have severally failed until March 23, 2010 when President Obama and his Democratic party leaders were able to pass and sign the bill. This paper delves into the Obamas Health Care Reform 2010, the most expansive social legislation ratified in decades, and explains how will lead to a significant change/overhaul to the United States’ current health care system.
On 23 March 2010; after one roller-coaster year of heated partisan combat, negotiations and hearings looking into health care details, and an almost-death political encounter after Obama together with other Congress Democratic leaders seemed to have reached the brink of success; President Obama signed the Health Care Reform legislation. Through a 220 – 215vote, the House had approved its bill during the month of November (7th) in the year 2009, while on December 24, the the Senate passed an 871 billion dollars bill. In a dramatic vote, the House endorsed the landmark health care bill 219 to 212 the house had to overhaul the United States’ health care system and warrant that millions of Americans get access to medical insurance. This is following decades of numerous Democratic presidents’ futile attempts, including Bill Clinton and Harry Truman, thereby making the moment very essential in the long legislative combat. After two days, the Senate and the House concluded the passage of a set of fixes to the bills, concessions developed as a component of the intricate legislative manipulation that permitted the attainment of Democrats’ long-sought goal in spite of having missed out on their obstructionist-proof sixty-vote ‘supermajority’ two months earlier in the Senate in January.
This bill is expected to offer coverage to approximately thirty million Americans who at present do not have access to it. The bill necessitates Americans to ensure that they have health insurance coverage and would subsidize private coverage for middle