Obama Uses Saturday Address To Urge Americans To Sign Up For Health Coverage
The president, traveling to meetings in Asia, reminded consumers to shop around for the best option.
Obama Touts 'Improved' Healthcare.gov
President Obama urged Americans to sign up for ObamaCare on Saturday - the first day of open enrollment since last year. ... He encouraged individuals to sign up early in the three months open enrollment period or, for those who "already buy insurance through the online marketplace," to shop around for less expensive alternatives. (Hooper, 11/15)
Obama Pushes ACA Enrollment
President Barack Obama kicked off the Affordable Care Act’s second sign-up season by touting the HealthCare.gov changes that he said should make it even easier for people to get coverage. (Villacorta, 11/15)
Obama: 'Spread The Word' On Obamacare Enrollment
Obamacare's 2015 open enrollment period began on Saturday, and President Obama urged Americans to visit HealthCare.gov to check their insurance options and "spread the word" by urging their friends and neighbors to do the same. (Miller, 11/15)