From a Washington Times report at the link below:
President Obama’s health care overhaul marks its second anniversary this week, and from the way Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill are talking about it, you would think they are looking at two entirely different laws.
The administration and its congressional allies have homed in on provisions among the law’s 1,000 pages that offer quick returns: extending parents’ plans to cover young adults, expanding drug coverage for seniors and eliminating lifetime benefit caps.
For Republicans, the focus is almost exclusively on the long-term costs of the law and potential limits they say the government will be forced to impose on care. Both, they argue, will cancel out any immediate benefits.
Much more here.