Write a thorough Discussion/Research paper on the Affordable Care Act. Cover in your paper the purpose of the program (include historical efforts to create a similar Act), key components of the ACA (identifying the positive effects and any consequences of the components), and a discussion of the current state of the program to include the future state of the program as well. The body (excluding title page, table of contents, references) of the paper should be at least 12 pages. YOUR PAPER WILL BE SUBMITTED THROUGH SAFE ASSIGN WHICH WILL CHECK IT AGAINST OTHER STUDENTS PAPERS PREVIOUSLY SUBMITTED AND PUBLICLY AVAILABLE INFORMATION. Point deduction will be considered for papers than the minimum noted earlier and if a significant part of your paper is taken from another student’s paper or directly from publicly available information. Submit work as a Word document under the assignment tab by 11:59 p.m. on the due date on the syllabus. Use of references prior to 2015 will result in points being deducted. Blogs are not references.
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