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Health Care Overhaul Is Still No Hit With Public

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WASHINGTON — On the day President Obama took the final step in turning the Affordable Care Act into law, his senior adviser, David Axelrod, predicted the public would eventually embrace his ambitious effort at health care reform.

“As the American people become familiar with what this program is and what it isn’t,” Mr. Axelrod said, “they’re going to be very, very happy with it.”

Two years later, the public is no happier with the law than it was then.

Read the whole story at The New York Times

 
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