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Obamacare / Sign-Up Problems / A Discussion #1053817

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 21, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The problems with the Obamacare Website introduced. [President OBAMA - recounts a letter from a Pennsylvania man who signed up for insurance; says Americans with pre-existing conditions can get insurance.]

(Atlanta: Drew Griffin) The cost of insurance under the Affordable Health Care Act plan examined; details given about three families' insurance options and cost. [Needing insurance, Christy METZGER, small business owner Joashua STRICKLAND†, government worker Helen CUMMINS†- cite the rising cost.] [Health Policy and Associates president Robert LASZEWSKI†- says we need healthy people signing up.] The problems in discovering how many people have signed up discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Cornell Belcher and Kevin Madden about Obama's health care legislation. [From Washington, BELCHER - criticizes the CNN story about Obamacare costs; says millions of families will now have insurance.] [GRIFFIN - defends his story.] [MADDEN - says there is evidence this law is not working and is hurting people financially.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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