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One of the biggest criticisms of the Affordable Care Act is that lawmakers did not know exactly how it would impact average Americans, the insurance market, hospitals, and more. In a campaign tagline that Republicans have criticized, Pres. Obama told Americans with health insurance, "If you like your plan, you can keep it" - a claim that for some, has turned out not to be true. But other Americans, who never thought they could afford health insurance, are surprised to find out they qualify for lower costs and greater coverage. So what's the bottom line? How is Obamacare impacting the average American?
CNN investigates in two special reports. And we invite you to share your story with us: If you've been impacted by the law, let us know - on Twitter, on Facebook, or via email.
CNN's Casey Wian reports on one California man whose insurance plan was canceled and who may need to change his doctor, calling the debacle "mind-numbing" and "a real struggle."
CNN's Miguel Marquez reports on a couple in California who despite a preexisting condition, finally found an affordable health care plan, thanks to Obamacare.