The Washington Post, June 25, 2012

In the past week, both Alec MacGillis and Sabrina Tavernise have written articles touching on how little the uninsured actually know about the Affordable Care Act. Given that polling shows the law remains unpopular even as its component parts —with the notable exception of the individual mandate—are very popular, it seems they're not alone. So here's a refresher on some of the law's most significant policies and consequences:

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