The Affordable Care Act insured close to 32 million people in the US (or so it is estimated). These people are now unsure about what to do about getting insurance, let alone affordable insurance.
When number 45 was elected, one of his first things he managed to do was to repeal Obamacare, and put in place the new order of the American Health Care Act. While this bill was hoping to make insurance accessible, there’s a policy that gets in the way of this.
These “pre-existing conditions” could potentially be issues for insurance companies, except for the fact that many of them listed on the AHCA are logically not pre-existing. I hate to have to educate anyone on this, but pregnancy is not a pre-existing condition.
Overall, to discriminate against people for something that is plain untrue, like that pregnancy is a pre-existing condition, is disgusting. To exclude these people, many of whom probably couldn’t otherwise afford healthcare. The people this policy is targeting are the people who need health care help the most.