In national health and politics, 2014 began with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. As of January 2nd, reports from the White House said over two million people had signed up for what many are calling Obama Care.
However, the debate continues concerning the beginning of national health care and its future.
"Being a clinical person, I know it's kind of hard," said Nicole Brooke of Amarillo. "So much of it is complicated. But I think it's a step in the right direction."
Others have been quick to express their displeasure for the Affordable Care Act and national health care fo the United States.
"I think it's a waste," Amarillo resident Ryan Nash said. "It was better the way it was. Not the way it appears to be."
In the recent edition of Say What!, I quized Pronews 7 viewers on the additional elements of health care reform coming in 2014. See what happened when viewers were questioned about the government's plan to benefit from a 2 percent levy on health care reform and insurance companies paying to sell their medical plans on healthcare.gov.