Patricia Kirven has three kids -- two that have significant health care needs. Her 6-year-old son has autism and her 18-year-old daughter is a quadruple amputee. Under President Obama's health care law, it will be illegal for insurance companies to discriminate against them because they have pre-exisiting conditions.
"I’m ecstatic about the decision," Kirven told HLN's Evening Express. But despite the positive impact on her family, she still has issues with the bill.
“I feel like we’re being forced," she says. "I’m happy that the insurance is there but you should offer it to people. I don’t think you should be forced and you’re penalized if you don’t take it.”