Friday marks the second anniversary of the health reform law. Just three days later, what Republicans like to deride as "Obamacare" will face the biggest challenge it has ever seen: oral arguments at the Supreme Court on whether the law is constitutional. Democrats are spending the week telling voters just how they've benefited from the law, and what they'd lose if it is overturned. Republicans are keeping on their message that the law is an unprecedented government intrusion into Americans' health care. In the meantime, states are scrambling to get insurance exchanges up and running while every facet of the health industry--from insurance companies to doctors to hospitals--are making significant changes to their businesses to adhere to the law's new rules.
If you were implementing the law, what would you have done differently? What would you keep the same? In the battle for public opinion, who is winning: Democrats or Republicans?