Those who benefit the most from this portion of the law are those who need it most: lower income, less healthy Americans who normally cannot afford healthcare. Providing them essential care goes a long way in reducing future illness and overall healthcare costs. There's so much attention on rise in premiums, but overall healthcare costs are down. A rise in premiums is a short term adjustment made by insurers due to uncertainty and a lack of data on patient health. Uncertainty can be reduced if Congress gets serious about actual change and reform of the existing law rather than just talk and better data can be collected if more people get preventive care and insurers know how healthy their patients are. Neither of these things would be improved by this bill. It improves the insurers bottom line not the taxpayer and not the patient.