More than three years after the Affordable Care Act (“ObamaCare”) was signed into law, Americans are still confused about what the bill does and whether or not it is even law. A new Kaiser Family Foundation public opinion poll finds that a large percentage of the lay public is unclear about the legal status of ObamaCare or whether Medicaid should be expanded. • The survey, which called 1,203 adults over the age of 18 living in the United States, found that 40 percent of respondents received information about the health care law from conversations with friends and family, and 36 percent from newspapers, radio news or other online sources, but only 11 percent from their doctor, 11 percent from an employer, 9 percent from a federal agency and 8 percent from a state agency.
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