Is Obamacare Too Complicated to Succeed?

The Affordable Care Act has been under siege since before it even had a name. Some on the right saw it as government overreach. Some on the left considered it better for insurance companies than for consumers. As many of the law’s provisions take effect over the next year, we’re hearing from both sides all over again. This time the theme is that the law is too complex.

Is the Affordable Care Act too complicated to succeed? Or are its opponents creating obstacles and preventing changes that would allow it to work?

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Editor's Note: So far the Affordable Care Act (AKA Obamacare) has had very little impact on public retirees, most of whom are already enrolled in employer-sponsored health insurance plans. That said, the Association is closely monitoring developments with the new law, as it could impact the overall healthcare marketplace for better or worse.

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