WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says he hears Americans who are upset about losing their health insurance “loud and clear” and is offering a fix.

Obama on Thursday announced that insurance companies can keep offering consumers plans that would otherwise be cancelled.

The president noted that the first-month enrollment numbers in health care plans under his law are lagging and he isn’t happy about it. He said that “we fumbled the roll-out” of the program. And he vowed to build a better health care system for every American and “get it right.”

The administrative changes are good for just one year, though senior administration officials said they could be extended if problems with the law persist.

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4 thoughts on “Policy Cancellations: Obama Will Allow Old Plans

  1. Just like Kwame Kilpatrick, we voted for Obama because he was black, or at least half. Now we are paying the price for incompetence. Will we not learn Peeps?

  2. Joe Valdez on said:

    Another example of an incompetent President , President Obama is the worst President we have ever had. The only thing he has accomplished is become The First Gay President . Obama is Gay or Bi-Sexual , I am sure he will come out of the closet

  3. mbeach5053@gmail.com on said:

    Help me Mr. President I will lose my insurance of 30years on Jan1 am I am 58 am I to old to get a new one. I can’t anyone who will take me for around the same price.

  4. Mr. President have you cleared this with your cheerleading squad over at MesSNBC
    Ed Schultz has all 4 of his viewers Bullshegadyed into believing things are going just fine

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