Rhonda Helve is facing many problems with Obamacare. She works two part-time jobs and has not been offered a full-time job. She believes this is because companies don't want to offer her health insurance. And she has struggled to access the computerized program needed to sign up for health insurance.
"I don't know what I am going to do. I have to work two jobs because employers don't want to pay for health insurance. This is just not right. And I can't even access computerized system to buy health insurance," said Helve.
Paul Gonzalez runs a landscaping company. He only hires people on a part-time basis. "I would love to give people more work. I need to rest. But I can't because I can't afford to provide them with health insurance," said Gonzalez.
The problems with Obamacare continue. Many people can't access the computerized system need to buy health insurance. And many employers only offer part-time jobs because they can't or won't offer health insurance. People who can't get health insurance through their jobs will have to purchase the insurance on their own or pay a fine. And people will probably have to pay more money to purchase health insurance because the insurance companies have no incentive to offer lower priced health insurance.