Slew Of Changes To Health-care Law Creates More Confusion For Consumers

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Since April 2010, there have been about two dozen legislative or administrative actions changing the Affordable Care Act, according to media reports and the Congressional Research Service. The changes range from small clarifications to major shifts, like last years delay of a major provision that requires employers with at least 50 workers to offer health coverage to full-time employees. To add to the confusion, some modifications are changes to previous changes. For example, this is the second time that the administration has allowed some people to keep noncompliant plans longer than previously announced. Many experts had predicted that the law would need to be tweaked. It is typical that large, complex pieces of legislation are adjusted and clarified during the implementation phase, as policies move from paper to the real world. Usually, Congress makes such technical corrections. Slew of changes to health-care law creates more confusion for consumers

Below is the video from the Vision panel featuring: Sen. Richard Burr, NC Rep. Michael Burgess, M.D., TX Rep. Tom Price, M.D., GA Rep.