Many states including Florida opposed the Affordable care act and their response was based on many reasons. They had many arguments against the implementation of the act. They refused to practice it as they were concerned that the individual who is working and has a reasonable job, can get himself insured but a freshly graduate who is not even allowed to get insured on his parents insurance, would be in a great trouble as he cannot afford to get himself insured. And depending on parents for extra expense would be a great burden for them.
Many individuals will be left unemployed or will be employed on a salary which will be less because the companies’ cost to hire an individual will get high as companies which have more than 50 employees are required to provide the insurance for their employees. This will raise the cost of hiring for the organizations and ultimately increase unemployment and employment on low wages.
Young individuals will have to pay more than they would need to get health care for themselves, as they would not need to visit hospitals regularly and old individuals will end up paying less than their individualized health care needs. In this way young individuals will end up paying more in order to compensate the less payment and more requirements of the old people. This is same as the ‘Social Security’ did almost eighty years ago, when young individuals were taxed to pay for the support to the old citizens (Fordman).