Universal Health Care Reform In The United States

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The Health Care Reform Racquel Palmer AJS/522 07/28/2014 Administration of Justice and Security The Health Care Reform Universal health coverage has been a cause of concern in the United States for over a century. In a political campaign in 1912, former president Teddy Roosevelt in amid to get the health care reform under way stated that “this country cannot be strong if its people are sick and poor”. Since then, other past presidents have nominated and advocated for the same health care reform to ensure all Americans are exposed to same level of coverage and best health care possible but none succeeded before March 2010. On March 23, 2010, President Barack Obama made the United States Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act a statute. Hence, the United States…show more content…
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