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An easy-to-understand, simple-to-use, guide that takes readers through four basic steps to help anybody make the best Obamacare decisions for themselves and and their families. The book has been prepared by a public policy consultant with more than 45 years of experience in dealing with government programs. Individuals and small business people, especially, should obtain a copy of the book for themselves, their employees, and their colleagues to determine who needs Obamacare, how the subsidies work, and how all of America is now involved in providing basic health care coverage for everybody. At last something that clarifies Obamacare basics without all the caveats, details, exceptions, and coming attractions that seem to pepper other explanations.
Godfrey Harris has been President of Harris/Ragan Management Group, a public policy consulting firm headquarters in Los Angeles, California, since 1968. He began consulting after serving as a university instructor, a U.S. Army intelligence officer, a U.S. foreign service officer, an organizational specialist in President Lyndon Johnson's Executive Office; and a program manager for an international financial company in Geneva. His consulting assignments have involved political and economic analysis, marketing public and private sector services through word of mouth advertising techniques; developing new environmental and commercial products; promoting international tourism to various destinations; and creating commemorative, enlightening, and educational public and private events. Harris has written or co-authored 72 books. He holds degrees from Stanford University and the University of California, Los Angeles.