What’s in the Name – The Affordable Care Act?


March 21, 2013


CDF-NY Director of Health Policy Lorraine Gonzalez writes: The reference to the question, “What’s in a name?”, quoted in the Shakespearean classic, Romeo and Juliet, probes the significance of a surname and family lineage when it comes to measuring someone’s character. The idea is to suggest that a name is of little to no significance, or, at least, that’s the hope that Juliet speaks when asking this question. Conversely, children’s healthcare advocates uphold the opposite position when it comes to The Affordable Care Act (ACA) – named law in 2010.
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