The Obama administration on Tuesday will launch a campaign to promote the broader benefits of the president’s signature health care law, after widespread criticism from both Republicans and Democrats over HealthCare.gov’s technical problems and insurance policy cancellations.
President Obama will pitch the Affordable Care Act at a White House event where he’ll be flanked by people who have been helped by the law, according to an administration official.
The president will also take aim at Republican-led efforts to repeal ObamaCare, arguing the GOP is trying to strip away benefits provided under the law without presenting an alternative proposal, the official said.
“Healthcare.gov met our self-imposed November 30th deadline and even as we continue to make improvements to the website, we’ll also remind the public about how the Affordable Care Act is already making a positive difference in the lives of millions of Americans today,” White House spokesman Josh Earnest said in a statement.
Obama administration officials acknowledged HealthCare.gov is still a work in progress after a key deadline to fix the problems with the online health exchange. The administration had promised a vastly improved shopping experience on the website by the end of November.
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