Recently, in the wake of the Supreme Court's favorable ruling on Obamacare, I wrote an article explaining what it would mean to the average middle class family. Almost immediately, the floodgates opened: The piece received more than 1,500 comments and my e-mail inbox filled up with questions from readers.
By and large, most of the questions I received revolved around five specific myths about the law. As with all good stories, most of these myths have at their cores some tenuous connection with the facts, but either misinterpret or cynically mischaracterize them.
Let's cut through the confusion: Here are the five biggest myths surrounding America's new health care plan:
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