Remember when your mother said, "Try it, you might like it"? Remember how someone you didn't like became a good friend once you got to know them? The point is that your opinion about something is only as good as what you really know about it.
There are a lot of strong opinions about the new health care law. Unfortunately, there's a lot of confusion, too.
How much do you know about the new health care law, and how do you compare with other Americans?
The non-partisan Kaiser Family Foundation, which has been tracking public opinion about the new health care reforms since the Affordable Care Act passed, recently conducted a pop quiz with 10 true-or-false questions about major provisions in the law.
Less than 1 percent of respondents correctly answered all 10 questions.
1. ... Require all businesses, even the smallest ones, to provide health insurance for their employees.
False:No business will be required to provide insurance coverage for its employees. Businesses whose employees have to be subsidized by the government to purchase health coverage will be subject to a penalty to help cover that cost. Businesses with 50 employees or fewer are exempt from any penalty.