Obamacare and Federalism Research Paper
Historically, most of the policies implemented by the United States government have often been faced by a swirl of conflicting arguments, assumptions and myths. The responsibilities and capacity of the government and local authorities has on often been superseded by the popular expectations, which have thwarted their efforts to respond effectively. Those policies that are implemented at the federal level do not always reflect the diversity of opinion at all the other levels and the progress of these policies has further been affected by the numerous theoretical debates on the general federalism framework in the constitution. This study will carry out a meticulous study on one such policy, precisely the Obamacare policy with a critical view on its history, pros and cons, its effectiveness and whether or not it is consistent with the constitutional framework of federalism.
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