Reason Foundation polling director Emily Ekins recently spoke with the Cato Institute's Caleb Brown to discuss polling on the Affordable Care Act and health care policy. Do Americans like what's in the ACA once they find out what's in it? What costs will they find acceptable to obtain the law's benefits? Do they think the ACA is a step forward or a step back for America? To find out how Americans answer these questions and more, check out the complete conversation below:
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