the_floor_was_lava29 karma2013-10-01 14:48:25 UTC
Hi Jon! Thanks for agreeing to do this AMA.
As best I can understand it, the long-term success of the ACA is contingent on convincing young Americans to sign up. However, some recent research suggests that more than 3 million Americans ages 18-34 will be at least $1000 better off today by paying the penalty, and that the lifetime cost of Obamacare is higher than under market-driven premium rates.
Can this adverse incentive be fixed? Is it possible for Obamacare to be reformed in the long run such that it is a cheaper alternative for young people than the current market? How could this be done?
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