Carol Gundlach

The ACA’s Paradoxically Negative Impact on Middle-Income Oregonians

The author realizes that the Affordable Care Act will leave many people, including herself, worse off from a financial perspective

OPINION – September 19, 2012 -- When the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was first passed into law (2010) and then when it was largely upheld by this year’s SCOTUS ruling, I was anxiously anticipating that the ACA would not just be providing for improved benefits—but, that it would also be providing at least a degree of some much needed financial relief, through its premium tax credit and cost-sharing subsidy provisions.

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