WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are some of today's major Affordable Care Act headlines. President Obama is meeting with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. This comes one week after announcing a policy change that would let insurers extend existing insurance plans for a year. Approval ratings for the President and the Affordable Care Act are at all time lows. The White House says the healthcare law is slowing the rise in medical costs. And the Wall Street Journal asks several different policy experts how the law can be changed from the current form to become more effective.
CBS News -- Obama meets with key regulators about health law fix
Politico -- Obamacare helps slow growth in health care costs
Wall Street Journal -- Affordable Care Act: How Obama's signature legislation could be changed
Today.com -- Birth control for free with Obamacare? Most women didn't know
Fox News -- How low can it go? Obamacare poll numbers drop again