"If you like your health care plan, you will be able to keep your health care plan."
Throughout the long health care reform debate, that promise from President Obama was one of the few constants, made to reassure the bulk of Americans who already have insurance that the sweeping legislation would not have a downside.
But now that regulations about existing employer-sponsored plans have been issued, it's becoming clear that many of the 160 million Americans with job-based coverage will not, in fact, be able to keep what they currently have.
Asked by Anonymous at 9:27 AM on Jun. 25, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by mancosmomma at 9:35 AM on Jun. 25, 2010
I did know about this and if I had believed anything the Dems were saying about the health care bill I would feel really upset about it. Since I didn't believe what they said at the time, I figured it was just going to be a matter of time before something like this was announced. I just didn't think it would happen this fast.
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