After the vote: Some useful links to guide you

March 22, 2010

pelosiAfter a year of often rancorous debate, the House has passed a sweeping overhaul of the healthcare system that expands insurance coverage to nearly all Americans and hands President Barack Obama a landmark victory.

Here are some useful links from around the Web to help guide you through the reforms and what they may mean to you.

The Economist: One part basic decency, one part cost control

PolitiFact.com: Top 10 facts to know about healthcare reform

HuffingtonPost: Top 10 immediate benefits you’ll get

The Washington Post: Follow the money: How House members voted and the contributions each received from health sector

NPR: Consumer’s guide to health overhaul

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