Sarah Kliff analyzes the symbolic House vote to repeal Obama's signature achievement:

The biggest impact of the Republican repeal effort is probably political: It has kept debates over the Affordable Care Act going nearly two years after the legislative battle ended. That has influenced how Americans think about the law: Last winter, the Kaiser Family Foundation found that 22 percent of Americans thought the reform law had been overturned. The repeal vote may have failed, but in keeping up a debate over the health reform law’s future, it’s also had much success.

Harold Pollock and Vivek Murthy go in-depth on how the medical community is reacting to the law's implementation.