Three years on, states still struggle with healthcare law messaging
It is hard to imagine that after three years of acrimony and debate we could still be so confused about President Obama's Affordable Care Act. Is it actually possible Americans know less about Obamacare now than they did three years ago? Apparently that is the case, and the news comes just as the most sweeping effects of the law are about to kick in. According to a new poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation, 80 percent of people don't know whether their state is going to expand Medicaid under the law, a huge piece of the health care changes coming down the pike.
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