White House Officials Continue to Push State Exchange Awareness

Representatives in the White House continue to reach out to every outlet possible to try and encourage the spread of information surrounding state healthcare exchanges. Worries mount on whether or not Americans will be incentivized to buy in to the program.

Representatives in the White House continue to reach out to every outlet possible to try and encourage the spread of information surrounding state healthcare exchanges. Worries mount on whether or not Americans will be incentivized to buy in to the program. Forbes reports:

Actors. Actresses. NFL football players. Baseball players. Librarians. Mayors. City councilmen. Members of AARP.

The Obama administration is looking far and wide, leaving no stone unturned in a relentless search for…well…for help.

Help with what? Help with getting people to enroll in health insurance plans this fall.

And why is that? Because the administration is facing the very real possibility that its signature piece of legislation may fall flat on its face.

Last week’s announcement that the employer mandate will be delayed for a year and that income verification for people getting subsidies will also be delayed are the latest signs of trouble. The next shoe to drop may be the failure for people to obtain (ObamaCare) insurance — even if it’s free or highly subsidized.

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