You’re getting older.

You’ve seen the news reports on the rise in the number of people who die of heart attacks and strokes each year.

You may be wondering what the fuss is about.

Why does it matter?

Well, there are a number of reasons that your health care is more or less at risk of failing at a time when we are all at a turning point.1.

The Affordable Care Act was a disaster.1 billion people were without health insurance.

The ACA has been a disaster for many Americans.

It is, in fact, the most successful healthcare reform in American history.

The ACA is a $5 trillion investment in health care that has reduced the health care costs of millions of Americans.

The vast majority of Americans who benefit from the ACA are able to get their health insurance coverage.

This is a huge achievement and a big deal for the American people.

Unfortunately, there is another major aspect to the ACA that is far more worrisome.2.

Many people have no insurance.

A new report from the Government Accountability Office finds that there are 2.3 million Americans without health coverage.

That’s nearly a quarter of the population.

People with incomes below $50,000 are especially vulnerable to this trend.

Even if you have a job, you’re at risk.

As the economy recovers, people with higher incomes will find it more difficult to afford the high cost of health insurance that has been built into the ACA.3.

There is a shortage of doctors and hospitals.

The shortage of health care providers is a serious problem.

We’re seeing more and more people in the country with no doctors and fewer hospitals to serve them.

As more and longer-term care is unavailable, the number one priority is keeping people covered and healthy.

The federal government is responsible for covering people with health insurance through Medicare and Medicaid.

But many states and cities are not paying for it.

In some states, hospitals are charging high prices for their services, making it difficult for people with high-needs care to access care.

It’s no surprise that health care facilities are having to close or even to close their doors.

The lack of funds for these services makes it hard for people to access the care they need.

That puts patients at increased risk for death and other serious health problems.4.

The cost of premiums has gone up.

The number of Americans paying premiums for health insurance has gone from about 7 percent of income in 2015 to about 15 percent today.

This has increased the cost of covering those who have less money to cover themselves.

Some people have seen their health care premiums go up more than twice.

If you’re not covered by your insurance, it could mean losing out on services, not being able to afford a doctor visit, or having to wait longer for care.5.

Health insurance is a commodity.

Health care is expensive.

It takes a lot of money to provide health care to people in need.

If people aren’t covered, it means that a lot less of their income is being used to pay for the care that is provided.

The Affordable Care Amendment, the ACA, was passed in 2010 as a result of a constitutional amendment to increase federal revenue.

The federal government must cover all Americans, regardless of income.

It makes a big difference for people who can’t afford to pay their bills or those who are sick.6.

The law has been underfunded.

The law was created by Congress and signed into law by President Barack Obama.

The Congressional Budget Office estimated that the law would raise $8.6 trillion over the next decade.

But, as we have seen in the past, many of the promises of the law have proven to be a bust.

For example, the law has resulted in higher premiums, deductibles, and copayments for many people.

Some of the biggest health care expenditures are for preventive care and preventive services.7.

Some states have been forced to stop offering insurance.

In 2017, nearly 100 states and the District of Columbia made their plans optional for individuals and families, which means that people could opt out of the plan if they didn’t want it.

This move caused some states to collapse and others to expand.

The CBO estimates that some 20 million people would have lost coverage.

It also increased the costs for insurers to cover sick people.8.

People who have been eligible for Medicaid have lost access.

The Medicaid expansion created more than 18 million people to be eligible for health coverage, but states and localities have not been able to keep up with the demand.

Many states have stopped providing coverage to people who have lost their eligibility.

People are now losing coverage, which puts more pressure on the system to cover more people.

As the Affordable Care Acts enrollment season approaches, it is important that you keep in mind the many reasons why the system has not kept up with demand.

If the ACA is not extended, it will be a disaster that will leave millions of people without health care coverage.

We must all come together to