SPOTLIGHT: Public expects health reforms to kick in sooner than Congress plans

A new Kaiser Family Foundation poll indicates that about half of Americans think that Democratic healthcare reforms, if passed, will take effect within a year. The problem is, most reform provisions are not actually set to go into effect until 2013. This could lead to some serious public unhappiness when the dust settles, some observers warn. Article

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