Questions Persist Regarding Affordable Care Act

The federal government's health care website seems to be working much more smoothly. But many people still have questions about the Affordable Care Act. For answers, they can go to

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Now we know many of you still have insurance and health-related questions about the new Affordable Care Act, ACA. And we have answers.


Easier to find than before. We've expanded our Frequently Asked Questions page. It now has an easily searchable tool that you can use on your desktop, tablet or Smartphone. Not seeing the answer you're looking for? You can plug in your own question.

WERTHEIMER: And you'll get an answer devised by our health team led by our own Julie Rovner. The website is

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