The Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, rolled out a year ago amid a firestorm of controversy: Democrats said the health care overhaul would be the most beneficial piece of domestic legislation in decades, while Republicans claimed that it would cause all manner of negative side effects. Now that a year of Obamacare data and experience are available, it's a good time to take stock of the law and assess its successes and failures.
There were many claims made about the Affordable Care Act -- both before and after its rollout. Below we'll break down some of the key statements made by both sides in the runup to the launch date and provide some insight into whether they have proved true so far. It’s a checkup for a landmark law t...
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