Because the Affordable Care Act requires all Americans to purchase health insurance (or else pay a penalty), the government subsidizes premiums for millions of Americans to help encourage people to buy health plans. However, a major controversy that has been presented to the Supreme Court is whether the law authorized the financial help nationwide, or just in a minority of states that set up their own insurance exchanges. The decision to revoke the subsidies could result in millions without insurance. Three people were interviewed about the consequences a repeal of subsidies would have on them.
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