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So what's the plan to provide health insurance to the working poor?

We're seeing it right now in Republican controlled states that are refusing to the Medicaid expansion to its working poor, which (for those of you who don't know) is provided almost entirely by Obamacare to people who are up to 133% of the poverty line -- but only if the state opts in for that expansion.

And we've heard over and over again that Obamacare -- including the Medicaid expansion, I guess -- is the demise of America, is part and parcel of the Communist Manifesto, is senseless and detestable.

Alright, then, conservatives. What's the plan then? We've got millions upon millions of the working poor in this country that, thanks to the ACA, now have a chance at Medicaid despite the fact that they work their rears off to stay above the poverty line.

What's the plan for these folks to have health insurance? What solution you would recommend for these people (a.) in the event that you were able to repeal Obamacare, or (b.) if you live in a state where the Medicaid expansion has been denied?

Here's another question if you get twitchy with those: did our pre-Obamacare health insurance system adequately provide for the working poor, in your estimation?

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/03/he...agewanted=all&

Millions of Poor Are Left Uncovered by Health Law
By SABRINA TAVERNISE and ROBERT GEBELOFF
Oct. 2, 2013

A sweeping national effort to extend health coverage to millions of Americans will leave out two-thirds of the poor blacks and single mothers and more than half of the low-wage workers who do not have insurance, the very kinds of people that the program was intended to help, according to an analysis of census data by The New York Times.

Because they live in states largely controlled by Republicans that have declined to participate in a vast expansion of Medicaid, the medical insurance program for the poor, they are among the eight million Americans who are impoverished, uninsured and ineligible for help. The federal government will pay for the expansion through 2016 and no less than 90 percent of costs in later years.

Those excluded will be stranded without insurance, stuck between people with slightly higher incomes who will qualify for federal subsidies on the new health exchanges that went live this week, and those who are poor enough to qualify for Medicaid in its current form, which has income ceilings as low as $11 a day in some states.

People shopping for insurance on the health exchanges are already discovering this bitter twist.

“How can somebody in poverty not be eligible for subsidies?” an unemployed health care worker in Virginia asked through tears. The woman, who identified herself only as Robin L. because she does not want potential employers to know she is down on her luck, thought she had run into a computer problem when she went online Tuesday and learned she would not qualify.

At 55, she has high blood pressure, and she had been waiting for the law to take effect so she could get coverage. Before she lost her job and her house and had to move in with her brother in Virginia, she lived in Maryland, a state that is expanding Medicaid. “Would I go back there?” she asked. “It might involve me living in my car. I don’t know. I might consider it.”

The 26 states that have rejected the Medicaid expansion are home to about half of the country’s population, but about 68 percent of poor, uninsured blacks and single mothers. About 60 percent of the country’s uninsured working poor are in those states. Among those excluded are about 435,000 cashiers, 341,000 cooks and 253,000 nurses’ aides.

“The irony is that these states that are rejecting Medicaid expansion — many of them Southern — are the very places where the concentration of poverty and lack of health insurance are the most acute,” said Dr. H. Jack Geiger, a founder of the community health center model. “It is their populations that have the highest burden of illness and costs to the entire health care system.”

The disproportionate impact on poor blacks introduces the prickly issue of race into the already politically charged atmosphere around the health care law. Race was rarely, if ever, mentioned in the state-level debates about the Medicaid expansion. But the issue courses just below the surface, civil rights leaders say, pointing to the pattern of exclusion.

Every state in the Deep South, with the exception of Arkansas, has rejected the expansion. Opponents of the expansion say they are against it on exclusively economic grounds, and that the demographics of the South — with its large share of poor blacks — make it easy to say race is an issue when it is not.

In Mississippi, Republican leaders note that a large share of people in the state are on Medicaid already, and that, with an expansion, about a third of the state would have been insured through the program. Even supporters of the health law say that eventually covering 10 percent of that cost would have been onerous for a predominantly rural state with a modest tax base.

“Any additional cost in Medicaid is going to be too much,” said State Senator Chris McDaniel, a Republican, who opposes expansion.

The law was written to require all Americans to have health coverage. For lower and middle-income earners, there are subsidies on the new health exchanges to help them afford insurance. An expanded Medicaid program was intended to cover the poorest. In all, about 30 million uninsured Americans were to have become eligible for financial help.

But the Supreme Court’s ruling on the health care law last year, while upholding it, allowed states to choose whether to expand Medicaid. Those that opted not to leave about eight million uninsured people who live in poverty ($19,530 for a family of three) without any assistance at all.

Poor people excluded from the Medicaid expansion will not be subject to fines for lacking coverage. In all, about 14 million eligible Americans are uninsured and living in poverty, the Times analysis found.

The federal government provided the tally of how many states were not expanding Medicaid for the first time on Tuesday. It included states like New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Tennessee that might still decide to expand Medicaid before coverage takes effect in January. If those states go forward, the number would change, but the trends that emerged in the analysis would be similar.

Mississippi has the largest percentage of poor and uninsured people in the country — 13 percent. Willie Charles Carter, an unemployed 53-year-old whose most recent job was as a maintenance worker at a public school, has had problems with his leg since surgery last year.

His income is below Mississippi’s ceiling for Medicaid — which is about $3,000 a year — but he has no dependent children, so he does not qualify. And his income is too low to make him eligible for subsidies on the federal health exchange.

“You got to be almost dead before you can get Medicaid in Mississippi,” he said.

He does not know what he will do when the clinic where he goes for medical care, the Good Samaritan Health Center in Greenville, closes next month because of lack of funding.

“I’m scared all the time,” he said. “I just walk around here with faith in God to take care of me.”

The states that did not expand Medicaid have less generous safety nets: For adults with children, the median income limit for Medicaid is just under half of the federal poverty level — or about $5,600 a year for an individual — while in states that are expanding, it is above the poverty line, or about $12,200, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. There is little or no coverage of childless adults in the states not expanding, Kaiser said.

The New York Times analysis excluded immigrants in the country illegally and those foreign-born residents who would not be eligible for benefits under Medicaid expansion. It included people who are uninsured even though they qualify for Medicaid in its current form.

Blacks are disproportionately affected, largely because more of them are poor and living in Southern states. In all, 6 out of 10 blacks live in the states not expanding Medicaid. In Mississippi, 56 percent of all poor and uninsured adults are black, though they account for just 38 percent of the population.

Dr. Aaron Shirley, a physician who has worked for better health care for blacks in Mississippi, said that the history of segregation and violence against blacks still informs the way people see one another, particularly in the South, making some whites reluctant to support programs that they believe benefit blacks.

That is compounded by the country’s rapidly changing demographics, Dr. Geiger said, in which minorities will eventually become a majority, a pattern that has produced a profound cultural unease, particularly when it has collided with economic insecurity.

Dr. Shirley said: “If you look at the history of Mississippi, politicians have used race to oppose minimum wage, Head Start, all these social programs. It’s a tactic that appeals to people who would rather suffer themselves than see a black person benefit.”

Opponents of the expansion bristled at the suggestion that race had anything to do with their position. State Senator Giles Ward of Mississippi, a Republican, called the idea that race was a factor “preposterous,” and said that with the demographics of the South — large shares of poor people and, in particular, poor blacks — “you can argue pretty much any way you want.”

The decision not to expand Medicaid will also hit the working poor. Claretha Briscoe earns just under $11,000 a year making fried chicken and other fast food at a convenience store in Hollandale, Miss., too much to qualify for Medicaid but not enough to get subsidies on the new health exchange. She had a heart attack in 2002 that a local hospital treated as part of its charity care program.

“I skip months on my blood pressure pills,” said Ms. Briscoe, 48, who visited the Good Samaritan Health Center last week because she was having chest pains. “I buy them when I can afford them.”

About half of poor and uninsured Hispanics live in states that are expanding Medicaid. But Texas, which has a large Hispanic population, rejected the expansion. Gladys Arbila, a housekeeper in Houston who earns $17,000 a year and supports two children, is under the poverty line and therefore not eligible for new subsidies. But she makes too much to qualify for Medicaid under the state’s rules. She recently spent 36 hours waiting in the emergency room for a searing pain in her back.

“We came to this country, and we are legal and we work really hard,” said Ms. Arbila, 45, who immigrated to the United States 12 years ago, and whose son is a soldier in Afghanistan. “Why we don’t have the same opportunities as the others?”
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Old 10-08-2013, 07:40 PM   #16
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I know many poor people. They have free insurance, They dnt work,they have sex all day & shit out kids every 24 months.
You, LiveStream, get your wish of repealing Obamacare.

What do you do for the millions of working poor who do not have health insurance?
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Old 10-08-2013, 07:44 PM   #17
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You, LiveStream, get your wish of repealing Obamacare.

What do you do for the millions of working poor who do not have health insurance?
If they are poor? You know dam well the GOV provides. What is this some kind of trick thread?
Change the title to.What do we do for the working middle class that pays for everything,yet many like LIVESTEAM have no insurance .
& you dnt work. You aint worked a day since I logged on to this site. I'll bet my life on it
Its why you always say. I dnt share my personal on the internet
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Old 10-08-2013, 07:59 PM   #18
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If they are poor? You know dam well the GOV provides. What is this some kind of trick thread?
Change the title to.What do we do for the working middle class that pays for everything,yet many like LIVESTEAM have no insurance .
& you dnt work. You aint worked a day since I logged on to this site. I'll bet my life on it
Its why you always say. I dnt share my personal on the internet
Welp, this makes no sense.
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Old 10-08-2013, 08:07 PM   #19
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Individual mandates for catastrophic care policies only.

But the primary focus needs to be on addressing out of control costs, not on universal coverage.
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Old 10-08-2013, 08:10 PM   #20
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You, LiveStream, get your wish of repealing Obamacare.

What do you do for the millions of working poor who do not have health insurance?
They should be adopted by the millions of liberal who care deeply . They will save so much under obamacare its a no brainer
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It will take repealing more than just Obamacare to truly do it right. This country is way too conditioned to the path we are on to completely reverse course however.
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Individual mandates for catastrophic care policies only.
So after all this harping on Obamacare, you want an individual mandate, you just don't want it to cover anything but catastrophies.

Is that accurate?
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Old 10-08-2013, 08:19 PM   #23
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It will take repealing more than just Obamacare to truly do it right. This country is way too conditioned to the path we are on to completely reverse course however.
You, Raiderhader, get your wish of repealing Obamacare.

What do you do for the millions of working poor who do not have health insurance?
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Old 10-08-2013, 08:22 PM   #24
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Doesn't exactly answer the question.

Actually, it doesn't remotely answer the question.

You, LiveStream, get your wish of repealing Obamacare.

What do you do for the millions of working poor who do not have health insurance?
To be honest it's not anyone else's problem but their own.

Just like it's not your problem whether or not i have food on my table or not.
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Welp, this makes no sense.
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You can't trick me into responding with a new solution to a problem that is already being addressed for the most part. Government already pays directly or indirectly for healthcare for a large fraction of poor citizens who cannot afford to pay for their own. Perhaps it would be more enlightening and fairer to change the thread title to, "What should we do for the working middle class upon which falls so much of the burden of paying for government programs that do not benefit us?"

For instance, I, Livesteam, have no insurance yet no one is offering to pay my medical expenses. What about me and millions like me that don't qualify for government handouts? I'm feeling trapped and pressured and I'm pissed.

I'd bet my life that you haven't had gainful employment since the day I first logged on to ChiefsPlanet, Direckshun. Furthermore, my guess is that that's the reason you say that you refuse to discuss personal details on the internet. You're simply ashamed.
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--Allowing health insurance to be sold across state lines. Some states require health insurance to cover certain things even if the buyer doesn't want them or will ever need them. Anytime an insurance company promises to cover something i.e. take on more risk they are going to charge more. If health insurance can be sold across state lines then a customer can choose to be insured in a state that doesn't mandate as much coverage.

--Decoupling insurance from employers. Giving a tax break on insurance was a pay off of the Truman administration to unions and to somewhat make up for government price controls. There is no reason for insurance to be tied to employment.

--Begin rolling back health insurance mandates. You don't charge your oil change to your auto insurance, so you shouldn't charge your check up to your insurance unless you want to actually pay your insurer to cover that.

--Encourage HSAs as the pre-tax option rather then medical insurance.
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So after all this harping on Obamacare, you want an individual mandate, you just don't want it to cover anything but catastrophies.

Is that accurate?
I think a mandate makes sense. I don't like how Obamacare does it and I certainly don't like a mandate that requires everyone to carry politically bloated coverage. I also don't like the shady approach to undermining employer coverage although I think it would be good to divorce coverage from employment.

But again, the primary focus needs to be on cost inflation. If that's not the top priority, I don't support anything else.
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What is the annual salary range in your definition of the "working poor"?
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