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Obamacare: Just the Facts #1057657

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Sep 28, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) Report introduced.

(New York: Zain Asher) The confusion over how Obamacare will work featured; scenes shown of field workers going door-to-door in North Bergen, New Jersey; Kaiser Family Foundation survey findings cited; details given about the exchanges and enrollment. [North Bergen residents Maher HAMOUI†, Jose MENENDEZ†- comment.] [President OBAMA – says they’ll be able to shop and see the price.]

(Studio: Don Lemon) Live discussion held via Skype with Covered California executive director Peter Lee† about the health insurance exchanges. [From Sacramento, LEE – says it’s a marketplace available to users October 1; says we’re moving to concrete, real health plans, prices & savings; says Obamacare will make health care affordable; says we’re moving out of theory & punditry and into the reality of implementing the Affordable Care Act; states no one can be denied.]

Lemon, Don;
Asher, Zain

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