It’s over. As Printing Industries of America (PIA) duly notified its members today, on Sunday, March 21st, the U.S. House of Representatives passed both S. 3590, the "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act" (health care reform legislation passed by the U.S. Senate on December 24th, 2009), and H.R. 4870, the Reconciliation Act of 2010 (the House's "fix" of several provisions in the Senate-passed bill). Passage was a disappointment for PIA, which had urged Congress to oppose the Obama administration’s plan for health care reform. PIA says it doesn’t like the reform bill’s employer mandate (because it carries penalties); its small business tax credit (won’t offset rising costs); the increased Medicare payroll tax (sets a bad precedent); and the bill’s restrictions on insurance alternatives such health savings accounts (hurts companies that cover their workers in this way). PIA says that despite increasing costs, almost 97% of firms in the printing and graphic communications industry continue to provide health care to employees and their families. As an owner, a manager, or an employee of a printing firm, do you share PIA’s disappointment that health care reform—signed into law by President Obama today—is finally a reality? Or do you see it as a positive development for the industry? We’d like to know your thoughts.