Obamacare finally got its moment in the spotlight.
After being largely ignored during the first presidential debate, the Affordable Care Act received a good deal of attention from Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Sunday night as they offered competing views on what to do next with the landmark health-care reform law.
Clinton acknowledged that insurance premiums in Obamacare plans have "gotten too high" as have out-of-pocket costs for health insurance customers.
"I'm going to fix it," Clinton told an audience at Washington University in St. Louis. "I want very much to save what works and what is good about the ACA. But we've got to get costs down."
Trump shot back: "Obamacare will never work. It's very bad."
"Obamacare is a total disaster," Trump said, as he promised to replace the ACA with "the finest health-care plan there is."