Former President Obama victory promises that his landmark healthcare law and its guarantee of insurance for Americans will be applied effectively during this coming years, reported the New York Times.
The L.A Times reported that many Obama supporters fell his ideas have to make some impact and step up efforts to promote and explain the law to a public that remains confuse about it.
The L.A Times, reported, Jeff Goldsmith, a health industry analyst based in Virginia said, "There is still a tremendous amount of disinformation out there."
According to the New York Times, Obama will face new type of pressure to try to scale back the law as Congress tries to rein in federal budget deficits.
This act will authorize more than $1 trillion in new federal spending over the next decade and the money will come from taxes and other spending cuts., reported the New York Times.