The health law: Post-enrollment, 6 things to watch for

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from USAToday,

Just because open enrollment for people who buy their own health insurance formally closes March 31, it doesn’t mean debate over the health law will take a hiatus. After more than four years of strident rhetoric, evidence about how the law is actually working is starting to trickle in. Here are six things to watch before the next enrollment period begins in November:

1. How many enrolled, really?

2. Who has signed up?

3. Has the law put a dent in the number of uninsured?

4. Will insurance plans, prices and rules be the same in the next enrollment period which begins Nov. 15?

5. How will insurance change for those of us who get it through our employers?

6. What impact will the rollout have on congressional elections?

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