Biden economic adviser discusses plans to reopen Obamacare enrollment for those impacted by Covid

Heather Boushey, an economic adviser to President Biden, discussed plans for an executive order to reopen enrollment to the Affordable Care Act for those whose health care coverage has been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

1/27/2021 9:13:00 PM

Heather Boushey, an economic adviser to President Biden, discusses plans for an executive order to reopen enrollment to the Affordable Care Act. 'We are in a health crisis. People need access to health care, and they need health insurance.'

Heather Boushey, an economic adviser to President Biden, discussed plans for an executive order to reopen enrollment to the Affordable Care Act for those whose health care coverage has been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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We need universal healthcare so even if you are unemployed you can get the care you need. Combine Medicare, Medicaid & VA coverages into one system for all. Oh yes, a $5000.00 deductible will surely help those who lost their jobs and then their insurance. Not to mention tax dollars being on the hook for 90% of the cost aka - subsidies, for a program that is nothing more than junk insurance.