Support For Affordable Care Act Hits Record High In California
But divisions persist along party lines.
Deep Partisan Divide Remains Over Affordable Care Act In California
A new poll reveals support for the Affordable Care Act has hit a new record in California, but the law continues to be seen through a partisan lens. The poll, from the UC Berkeley Institute for Governmental Studies, finds 65 percent of Californians now support the ACA. (Goldberg, 6/20)
And in other news —
Los Angeles Times:
Fears Mount That Obamacare Repeal Will Put Life-Saving Treatments For Opioid Epidemic Out Of Reach
President Trump and Republican congressional leaders insist their push to repeal and replace Obamacare won’t pull the rug out from Americans who rely on the law for vital health protections. ... But along the front lines of the drug epidemic, there is growing fear that the rush to scrap Obamacare could deepen a crisis that last year claimed more than 50,000 lives. (Levey, 6/21)