Washington, D.C. — The new government run healthcare system is finally here, and its a mess.
And you don’t want to know what it’s like.
But with the Trump administration’s decision to shut down the entire healthcare system, we thought we’d explore the system’s basics, how it works, and how it will affect the millions of Americans who are already struggling to pay for the new system.
A quick primer: The new system is the successor to Obamacare, the Affordable Care Act that was signed into law by President Barack Obama in 2010.
Obamacare’s individual mandate, or the requirement that most Americans buy insurance or pay a penalty, is gone.
The individual mandate has been replaced by a new one, which requires people to buy insurance.
It’s called a “basket” and is paid for by a payroll tax.
Under the new law, the government can use its revenue to pay people who earn too much to pay the cost of the new plan.
But the government won’t pay people to purchase the new plans, and they have to buy their own.
The individual mandate is paid in full by the federal government.
But since it’s a tax, the federal taxes on health insurance are also due.
The taxes paid by the uninsured are paid out of the federal budget.
So the federal share of healthcare costs is roughly the same.
That means people who are uninsured and earn too little to pay their own premiums are forced to buy coverage on the private market.
When it comes to the cost, it’s not so bad.
The Affordable Care for All Act, the new version of the Affordable Health Care Act, is supposed to provide coverage to 25 million Americans by 2019.
That’s roughly the population of San Francisco.
But that goal was hit hard by the Republican-controlled Congress and the Republican president, Donald Trump.
It will take another three years to fulfill.
So instead, the vast majority of Americans will get coverage through Medicaid, the health insurance program for the poor.
It covers about one in six Americans.
Under the new health care system, there will be some differences.
But they are minor compared to the many changes that have already happened.
In 2020, people who get their insurance through Medicaid will be able to keep it.
This is not an automatic right.
It is a process.
There will be a federal waiting period before insurers start selling plans.
But there will also be an automatic cap on premiums.
And, finally, people will be required to pay taxes to fund their plans.
The first step will be to figure out how much money the government will be spending on the new program.
People can start paying into the system starting January 1, 2019.
But for many, the beginning of that period will come much sooner.
As a new year approaches, many of the problems with the health care insurance system will continue to plague.
A large number of Americans, particularly in rural areas, are still waiting to be enrolled in insurance plans.
In fact, the enrollment deadline for 2019 is just a week away.
That means many Americans will be without coverage for the next several months.
This is one of the biggest hurdles to getting insured.
People are having trouble getting insurance because they can’t afford it.
They are also being turned away by insurers because they don’t have enough money to pay out of pocket.
One of the main ways insurance companies are keeping pace with the demand is by charging more to insure people who pay a higher premium.
In many places, insurers are charging customers more than they were charging for a year ago.
That is because insurance companies have been cutting their premiums for people who don’t qualify for subsidies.
But that’s not the only way insurance companies charge.
The government has also been slashing subsidies, the subsidies people receive to help pay for health care.
Insurers are not the ones making the cuts.
The federal government is.
But it is cutting back subsidies in order to pay down the deficit.
That may make sense to some people.
But some are not so sure.
The president announced in January that he will not be making further cuts to Medicare, which covers more than half of all Americans.
The plan is to spend $400 billion over 10 years on Medicare.
It won’t be a perfect system.
But Republicans are pushing the new approach, which is to take a page from the Republican playbook and cut the number of people in the Medicare program by 25 percent.
If the federal spending cuts take hold, it will be even harder for people to afford their insurance.
Some states have tried cutting premiums.
Many others have been trying to expand coverage to help offset the rising costs.
But people are still struggling to make ends meet.
In some states, they’re even trying to charge people more for their health insurance.
They’ve tried to do that.
But in the end, it hasn’t worked.
Some states have even tried to eliminate subsidies altogether.
But this will take years