The best way to create a framework that enables large numbers of Americans to have health insurance, while keeping costs under control for patients, care providers, and insurers, has been a subject of heated political debate for much of the past decade.

But for all the arguments that have been put forth criticizing and defending the Affordable Care Act since the passage of the law in 2010, it’s worth noting that it has not had as large of an effect on Americans who already received health insurance through their employers. Read the full story here.