Democratic-controlled states are implementing the law and Republican states are resisting it. Colorado has become a show state for enthusiastic implementation, along with states such as California and Minnesota.
The public divisions are as stark as the states’ different directions. The latest CNN poll shows 57 percent of the public oppose the law, with significant differences between the parties. Colorado citizens, according to a USA Today poll, oppose Obamacare by 52 percent.
With that level of effort, if Colorado’s program fails to have a smooth implementation, there is likely to be political repercussions in 2014.
See USA Today: Colorado: Microcosm of confusion on health law