Health Care Law More Burden to Medicaid?

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The first stage of President Obama's health care overhaul is set to cover about one million uninsured Americans by 2011.

It's estimated that by 2014, more than 32 million Americans will gain coverage, but some analysts are concerned the new health law will cause overcrowding and longer wait times in emergency rooms.

Experts say most people who use emergency rooms are Medicaid recipients. Under the new health law, even more people will be covered under that program.

It's been 100 days since the new health care law was passed. CBN News spoke with Nicole Kurokawa, senior policy analyst of the Independent Women's Forum,  about some of the changes Americans have seen so far.  Click play to watch.

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