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How much do you know about health-care reform? Take our quiz!

Medical Director Liz Sequeira examines a patient during an appointment at the Discovery Wellness Center in Silver Spring, Maryland in this December 2009 file photo. (Jim Bourg/Reuters)

After surviving a shaky legislative birth, significant public opposition, and legal challenges that went all the way to the US Supreme Court, President Obama’s signature achievement, comprehensive health-care reform, is lurching toward full implementation in 2014.

How well do you know the reform law and the underlying issues? Take our quiz to find out. (Updated November 2013.)

- Staff writer

1. What is the official name of Mr. Obama’s health-care reform law?

When it was first used, the term “Obamacare” was considered pejorative and was employed by opponents of the Affordable Care Act, particularly anyone seeking the Republican presidential nomination. But some of the sting has come out of the term. Many ACA supporters now use it – and even the president, himself, has referred affectionately to “Obamacare” on occasion.

When it was first used, the term “Obamacare” was considered pejorative and was employed by opponents of the Affordable Care Act, particularly anyone seeking the Republican presidential nomination. But some of the sting has come out of the term. Many ACA supporters now use it – and even the president, himself, has referred affectionately to “Obamacare” on occasion.

When it was first used, the term “Obamacare” was considered pejorative and was employed by opponents of the Affordable Care Act, particularly anyone seeking the Republican presidential nomination. But some of the sting has come out of the term. Many ACA supporters now use it – and even the president, himself, has referred affectionately to “Obamacare” on occasion.

When it was first used, the term “Obamacare” was considered pejorative and was employed by opponents of the Affordable Care Act, particularly anyone seeking the Republican presidential nomination. But some of the sting has come out of the term. Many ACA supporters now use it – and even the president, himself, has referred affectionately to “Obamacare” on occasion.

The GOP Repeal Bait Act of 2010

 

Romneycare 2.0

 

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

 

Obamacare

 
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