Against a groundswell of state-based unrest, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act continues to churn forward under a blanket of contention.

As more than half of the 50 states inch forward with legal action to stop implementation of the health care reform plan, a new report released Tuesday states that nearly 28 million non-elderly U.S. residents would receive health care insurance coverage if the plan were fully implemented this year.

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