It’s been one year since President Obama enacted the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), but you could hardly tell—public opinion remains just as divided as it did 12 months ago, and Americans seem just as confused.

According to the Kaiser Health Tracking Poll released by the Kaiser Family Foundation this month, 52 percent of Americans say they do not have adequate information about how the health reform law impacts them personally, while 47 percent believe they do (last year 56 percent felt they didn’t have enough information).

And the poll also found that currently 42 percent of Americans favor the law, while 46 percent view it unfavorably, which also mirrors opinions last year.

Here, area residents sound off on how they believe health reform has or will impact them.

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