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Slew Of Changes To Health-care Law Creates More Confusion For Co

The latest batch of adjustments came Wednesday, when the administration disclosed that it was delaying, once again, the deadline for people with old private health plans to buy beefed-up versions required under the health-care law. The cancellations of the old plans have been politically damaging for Democrats and the White House, because President Obama had vowed that the law would not prevent people from keeping insurance plans that they liked. Hows that new Obamacare plan working out? Sandhya Somashekhar and Sarah Kliff Six million Americans got new health insurance on Jan. 1 because of the Affordable Care Act, and we want to know how its going for you. Implementing Obamacare LATEST UPDATES | What you need to know about the new health-care law as it begins to take effect. <br> Slew of changes to health-care law creates more confusion for consumers

Health insurance deadline looms: Why Obama pitches Latinos

illegally. "The main point that I have for everybody watching right now is, you don't punish me by not signing up for health care," Obama said. "You're punishing yourself or your family if in fact there's affordable health care to be had." RECOMMENDED: How much do you know about health-care reform? Take our quiz! <br> Health insurance deadline looms: Why Obama pitches Latinos

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