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Health care law one year later: Future still in doubt

Wednesday marks the first anniversary of President Barack Obama’s health-care reform bill. Republicans and Democrats will mark the anniversary in much different ways.

Wednesday marks the first anniversary of President Barack Obama’s health-care reform bill. 

Republicans and Democrats will mark the anniversary in much different ways. 

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi began the celebration almost two weeks ago.

“This is a very special month for use because one year ago we passed the historic Affordable Health Care Act, which has made a difference in the lives of the American people.”

The President will return from Latin America on the signing anniversary tomorrow, and administration officials will fan out across the country to celebrate the anniversary with almost 200 events. 

Meanwhile Republicans are marking the anniversary with calls to repeal the legislation, which is being challenged in court by 26 states.

Last week Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell offered what writer called, “a not-so-happy birthday greeting” for the health care reform law.

“Wednesday marks the one-year anniversary since the Democrat health-care reform bill was signed into law.    The fog of controversy may have lifted. But contrary to the confident predictions of some, the contents of the health-care bill are even worse than anyone expected.  A year after Democrats passed it on a party-line vote, it looks even worse than it did before.”

 

 

How do you feel about the health care reform bill one year later?  Let me know your thoughts. 

Here are some headlines from across the country marking the one-year anniversary.

With health care reform law hitting first anniversary, White House tries hand at yet another sales jobs

Happy Birthday, Obamacare?  What it really means for American businesses

White House seeks to boost public support for health bill

Healthcare reform backers ready defense

Happy Birthday, Obamacare? What It Really Means for Seniors

In The Green Room: Scott Rasmussen on Obamacare’s Unpopularity

 

Senate GOP marks one-year anniversary of Dems’ healthcare law

Mitch McConnell’s not-so-happy birthday greetings for the health care law

Gifts of bogus statistics for the health-care law’s birthday

Pelosi celebrates health care law anniversary, two weeks early

Year 1 of health reform: Beauty and the beast

Health law at one year: Future still in question

Medical bills still top consumer woe, CR poll finds

 

 

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