Two years after the president signed it into law, Obamacare is beginning to have a big impact: Millions more young adults are insured; prescription costs for the elderly are on the decline; and children with preexisting conditions can no longer be denied coverage. Yet, as Andrew Leonard detailed in Salon on Tuesday, it's at this very moment when the legislation is starting to extend coverage and reduce costs that the Supreme Court seems determined to destroy it.
As the justices debate constitutionality of the legislation, we want to know how the law is affecting regular Americans. Has the Affordable Care Act changed you or your family's healthcare experience? Tell us about it here on Open Salon.
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