The state of healthcare is a topic of heated discussion among not only lawmakers and presidential candidates, but ordinary Americans.
Is ObamaCare working? Should it be repealed? Why are healthcare costs so expensive? Are insurers hiking premiums? Are there enough affordable options available?
On top of this barrage of questions, there are a host of new questions.
Should immigrants, including undocumented immigrants, have access to affordable healthcare? Would U.S. taxpayers be footing the bill for healthcare costs associated with increased immigration and the resettlement of refugees from Syria and Iraq? What about providing healthcare to unaccompanied immigrant children fleeing violence in Central America?