The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is one-year-old today, and while no one’s throwing chairs anymore (remember those raucous town hall meetings back in the Summer 2009?), the law continues to divide the nation among four groups: Those who like it, kinda like it, don’t like it and don’t know what’s in it.

This article offers an interesting take on folks in some of those four camps, and this month’s EBN cover story provides insight on how employers are tackling the law one year post-enactment.

Which of the four groups are you in? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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