By Jacob Izenberg, Opinion Contributor
January 23, 2017
When Former President Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in
2010, my first and most overwhelming emotion was relief.
Not because I or any of my family members needed the law - we're among the
fortunate who have never had to go without decent health insurance. Rather,
my relief was that of a future physician who could stop fearing that giving
a critical diagnosis might sentence a patient to a lifetime of skyrocketing
insurance premiums or dropped coverage.