Support for Health Care Overhaul Falls

Fewer than half of Americans have a favorable view of the health care measures that President Obama signed into law in March, according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation survey released today. About 43 percent of Americans favor the landmark law, while 45 percent view it unfavorably, the survey found. The public perception improved slightly from the summer but has since then fallen to its May level. The survey found that Americans are split on how the new health care law would impact them:...Full Story
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