Two Years of the Health Care LawPosted by Randy | March 23, 2012
As we mark the two-year anniversary of President Obama’s health care legislation being signed into law, we are reminded of the promises that were made about the law – that it would make health care affordable, that it would increase access to care, that it would create jobs, and that it would lower costs.
On the two year anniversary of the health care law, share with us - do you think the health care law should be repealed?
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