Obama's Signature Law Looks to Be Ending, How Do We Judge Its Legacy?

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Obama's Signature Law Looks to Be Ending, How Do We Judge Its Legacy?

Jan, 8th 2017

When President Obama took office in 2009, the U.S. was in trouble — 50.7 million people were uninsured, the largest number in history. Mortality rates were on the rise, even as health care spending grew faster than the nation’s economy. Obama was always going to address the situation through some type of health care reform, Jason Furman, chairman of the president’s Council of Economic Advisers, said recently. As the number of days left in Obama’s presidency approaches single digits, it’s clear that part of his legacy will be that his administration implemented the biggest health care overhaul since the creation of Medicaid and Medicare. What’s less clear is how those changes will be viewed years from now — and part of that depends on what happens next.

Republicans have tried to repeal the Affordable Care Act dozens of times since the law was pushed through Congress in 2010 without 

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