Two years since President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act — health reform — into law, opponents continue to make many of the same false claims that they made before Congress passed it. Repeating those claims hasn’t made them true, but it may have obscured some simple facts about health reform, like these:
Part 1 of this series looked at some of the benefits that the Affordable Care Act — that is, health reform — has delivered in just its first two years. But some of the law’s most dramatic improvements to both the health care system and the lives of tens of millions of people lie ahead.
Two years ago today, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act — health reform — into law. Millions of Americans already are experiencing the benefits, and other important parts of the law arestarting to move forward. This series of posts will look at what health reform has accomplished and what it will accomplish over the next few years, as well as certain issues related to health reform.