President Obama takes ‘Obamacare’ questions from you

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President Obama appeared on WebMD this morning to talk about the Affordable Care Act.  He also took questions that were submitted by what the moderator said were hundreds of questions from all of you.

Among questions he was asked were why deductibles are so high on insurance plans offered on the marketplace, what will happen if many people opt to pay the penalty instead of buying health insurance and why there aren’t as many choices with doctors on these new insurance options.

Watch the entire interview.

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