MORNING ROUNDUP: Healthcare reform turns one

Healthcare reform proponents are using the one-year anniversary to build support for the law, The Washington Post writes.

If elected president, Mitt Romney will immediately dismantle healthcare reform, the Boston Globe reports.

Polls show the public is still very split on the law, according to The New York Times.

Insurers were the big winners in healthcare reform’s first year, MarketWatch reports.

A new study finds that consumers are losing $363 billion in the “hidden” costs of healthcare, such as taking time off to care for elderly parents, CNNMoney writes.