Status Checks: Health Law Implementation
As the Supreme Court prepares to consider challenges to the law's constitutionality, news outlets report on its impact so far and what's next to be implemented.
USA Today: What Effects The Health Care Law Has Had And What's To Come
Two years after President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, some provisions have taken effect, while others still have two years to wait. In a recent poll by the non-partisan Kaiser Family Foundation, two in three Americans said they have not been affected by the law yet. Only 14% said they have benefited; 21% said they have been affected negatively. Here's a look at some provisions with the broadest potential impact (3/15).
Kaiser Health News: What You Can Expect This Year From The Health Law (Video)
Even as the Supreme Court prepares to hear the historic lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act, consumers are already seeing some changes. Jackie Judd talks with Kaiser Health News' "Insuring Your Health" columnist Michelle Andrews about insurance rebates, flexible spending accounts, preventive care (3/15).