Published DateThe Supreme Court this week voted 5-4 to uphold most of President Barack Obama's two-year-old health-care reform law. Reaction on The Conway Daily Sun's Facebook page was mixed, as it was all across the country. Some readers called it a "sad day for America." Others called it a "victory." Obama touted the law's benefits. For instance, in 2014 the 30 million Americans who don't yet have health insurance will be offered an "array of quality affordable private health insurance plans to choose from." But U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., said the law "represents an unprecedented federal overreach into individuals' personal lives," and added, "It fails to solve the fundamental problem with the nation's health-care delivery system — the skyrocketing cost of care." The Sun over the next several weeks will be looking at the 900-page Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and what it means to local citizens and health-care providers.
This week's question is: What would you like to know about the health-care reform law?