The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

Whether you support the current Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act or not, it became law last week as President Obama signed the bill that had been previously approved by the House and the Senate. There are still some pieces that must be added and signed through the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act, but that too has been passed by the House and the Senate and is on the fast track to become law. Some love it, some hate it, but very few know what’s really in the bills/laws. Here we’ll take a look through the provisions in the new law and in the reconciliation bill. Keep in mind that as with all new laws, the implementation methods are still to be determined. Some states have also already threatened to challenge the law on the basis of unconstitutionality, so some things may change, but for now, here are the key provisions we’ve gathered:

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