At age 3, Affordable Care Act is no less controversial
The Affordable Care Act turns 3 on Saturday, and it seems just as divisive as the day President Obama signed it. "This law expands our competitiveness, promotes wellness and prevention, and enhances the economic security of the middle class," House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said in a statement on Friday. "It enables Americans to pursue their dreams, start a business, change jobs or care for their families with the certainty and security of affordable, quality health insurance." Among other things, the poll found the public less informed about things that are — and are not — part of the law now than when it passed in 2010.
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