Jane W., Kenner, LA
My son will turn 25 in a couple of days. He works outside and has gotten poison ivy/oak/sumac with a vengeance several times a year.
Without the ACA he would be paying for all those ER visits himself.
The ACA let him stay on my medical insurance, so he could go to the ER and get treatment for those incredibly awful bouts of poison ivy.
When he turns 26 he’ll be able to join the insurance exchanges at a rate that a young healthy adult can afford.