Posted on November 2, 2016


CBS: “Open enrollment for Obamacare, or the Affordable Care Act, begins today. Problems with the law mean consumers could face significant rate hikes in some parts of the country. There will also be fewer health plans to choose from.”

Starting today, the administration will make a major enrollment push — but that may be a tough sell in states like Tennessee, which has seen premiums spike more than 50 percent, reports CBS News correspondent Margaret Brennan.
For songwriter Wendy Jans and her husband, Eric, life was sailing along until health insurer Blue Cross Blue Shield pulled out of the Obamacare market in Nashville

CNN commentator Angela Rye last week: “The reason we are in the position that we are in right now… is because Republicans fell short of their promise to repeal, which is what they said they wanted to do, and replace.”

Last week CBS This Morning Norah O’Donnell was confused by the rising premiums and insurers dropping out, “We need a bigger understanding of why this is happening

Hillary last December: “We want to build on it and fix it and I am confident we can do that.”

Trump last week: “Its over for ObamaCare and Hillary Clinton wants to double down and make it more expensive and it’s not going to work… it’s only getting worse. And not only for you, for the country.”


CBS: With insurers pulling out of markets, some Obamacare users “really nervous”

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