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The Affordable Care Act: What to cover at the one-year mark

Covering health reformThe Affordable Care Act became law nearly one year ago, on March 23, 2010. The biggest provisions – the state-based exchanges and the subsidies for low and moderate income people to buy insurance – don't go into effect until 2014, but dozens of lesser known programs and provisions are already under way, and most states (including some that are fighting health reform in court) are working on implementation plans.

As the anniversary approaches, AHCJ's new health reform topic leader, Joanne Kenen, shares some topics that reporters may want to look at in their states and communities, as well as resources for covering them.

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