Several reports have signaled worry from consumers and employers alike about moving to PPACA plans. But a new report finds significant concern from those who work with the law's architects.

A report from the Congressional Management Foundation finds congressional aides are very "unhappy" with the law and concerned about what it will do to their benefits.

Ninety percent of staffers surveyed by the Congressional Management Foundation said they're concerned about the changes, while 86 percent said their workers are worried about cost and 82 percent are "worried about the ability to access local health care providers."

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