Despite 39 attempts to repeal Obamacare, it is still the law of the land, and that law just saw its 3rd anniversary in March. Despite the fact that the Supreme Court upheld the law, there are some who vigorously continue to seek its' repeal. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor announced on Wednesday that there will be yet another vote attempt next week to repeal Obamacare. The 40th time's the charm?
As we reported in March, Kaiser Family Foundation found that the nation is still roughly evenly divided on the Affordable Care Act:
Some parts of the law are popular, however as shown in this chart from KFF in this report:
Katherine Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services, wrote in March about how people believe Obamacare will affect them and their families:
Much work remains to be done, especially in the area of informing people of the progress the state exchanges are making. The new Health Insurance Marketplace must be up and running by October 1, 2013 so that qualified people can use it to obtain health insurance. Katherine Sebelius:
Here is a brief video from the Department of Health and Human Services that explains the Health Insurance Marketplace: