Well this doesn't exactly instill a lot of confidence!
President Obama signed up for Obamacare, which is a great move to show how confident he is in the program! The only problem is that he didn't have to struggle for it like the rest of the nation — he didn't use the error-prone website, and didn't have to talk to a volunteer on the phone for hours to help him!
Som, how did he do it? He
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President Barack Obama recently apologized to citizens who weren't happy with Obamacare, but there's one very important person her forgot to say sorry to.
The woman who lent her face to the Affordable Care Act's website!
It's not exactly a secret that the site has had its fair share of technical problems, and when frustrated users had nowhere to point the blame, they decided to take their anger out on the mystery woman who was featured on the home page!
Well Adriana (who chose to not reveal her last name) is now speaking out about the backlash she endured and says she was the victim of some nasty cyberbullying!
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It's not exactly a secret that some people aren't the biggest fans of the Affordable Care Act. Heck, even Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley couldn't help but poke fun at Obamacare at the CMA Awards!
Well President Barack Obama has heard the people's frustrations, and he's totally sorry about it!
Aside from the buggy website, one of the biggest complaints towards Obamacare is that some Americans are at risk of losing
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Two Christian chain stores are challenging Obamacare because it "violates their religious freedom."
They're talking about the part of Obamacare that requires employers to provide coverage for contraceptives.
So the chain stores wanted the supreme court to put a temporary hold on the law.
The supreme court said:
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Sad….health care takes one step forward only to be pulled one step back.
The Supreme Court has decided to revive a Christian university's lawsuit against Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act after the university asked for a rehearing.
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