Audits and investigations into the effects of ObamaCare from congressional committees, government auditors, advocacy groups, and others.

Over the next ten years, more than $500 billion would be siphoned out of Medicare and spent on ObamaCare, as ObamaCare would cause about half of all seniors with Medicare Advantage plans to lose them, would require seniors to pay higher taxes, and would reduce seniors’ access to care — while Medicare’s solvency would continue to weaken.

Massachusetts-like wait-times to see a doctor may become the nationwide norm under ObamaCare.

In the wake of ObamaCare’s failure to provide a Medicare “doc fix” and its plans to siphon nearly $1 trillion dollars out of Medicare in the overhaul’s real first decade (2014 to 2023), 42 percent of Texas doctors are now refusing to take new Medicare patients and hundreds are opting out of Medicare altogether.

Hidden provisions in the health law will create new costs for employers.

It’s unclear which insurance policies will be “grandfathered” against new regulations.