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Eight million people have signed up for ObamaCare. So what now?
As ObamaCare enters its fifth year, big questions remain about how the law is working and whether it will live up to promises of providing affordable coverage and slowing the growth of medical costs.
The politics surrounding ObamaCare are equally uncertain.
The botched rollout of Healthcare.gov emboldened critics and stoked Democratic fears that the law would be an albatross in the midterm elections. But last month’s late enrollment surge pushed the coverage numbers above expectations, and recent polls indicate that voter disapproval of the law is waning.
Republican leaders have made clear that their campaign strategy this year will center around attacks on ObamaCare, but Democrats say that plan will backfire.
Here are five things to watch as the next chapter of the ObamaCare debate unfolds.