Thursday, the President responded to criticism about the heatlcare.gov roll out and introduced changes to the Affordable Care Act.
(WASHINGTON) Thursday, President Obama introduced changes to the Affordable Care Act while dissent from both parties over website problems and low enrollment numbers increases.
The President announced that insurers could continue to carry plans that would be canceled in 2014. Millions of Americans have received cancellation notices from their insurance companies because policies don't meet ACA standards.
Republicans continue to bash the Obama Administration for the failures of the website.
Now, a growing number of Democrats are calling for change due to the mounting cancellation notices and low enrollment numbers.
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