Here are some sources for you:Department of Health and Human Services officials conducting weekly "Web chats" on the new health care law. The queries are part of an avalanche of questions aimed at government officials, physicians and nonprofit groups as Americans struggle to understand the complexities of the new law.
AARP’s "Health Care Reform Explained" column
"Health Reform Central," a Web-based tool created by the consumer group Families USA
Some people are sending questions to healthreform.gov, an HHS site where some answers are posted and others may be discussed during the weekly Web chats.
"If you have questions, we’ll have answers. If you aren’t sure what to believe, we’ll have the facts," HHS secretary Kathleen Sebelius said in a recent speech at the National Press Club.
The White House Web site has a feature - headlined "What will health reform mean to you?" - designed to answer frequently-asked questions.