The proponents of this bill are likely to include representatives from organizations/institutions involved in providing healthcare services, since it would provide them with additional resources needed for better patient care. Conversely, opponents may come from groups opposed to increased government spending—as well as individuals who don’t think these funds should be used for expanding health coverage when other priorities (e.g., education, infrastructure) remain underfunded.
Some citizens might also have objections due to personal belief (i.e. religious beliefs on the offering of certain procedures or treatments) whereas others may disagree with specific clauses in the text (e.g. restrictions on how money is spent). In order to address any possible issues, it’s important to look at all angles when determining a bill’s overall intent.