Biden will increase Obamacare and extends the particular registration interval: NPR

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President Biden said Tuesday that the Affordable Care Act’s special registration period would be extended from May 15 to August 15. Biden spoke in Ohio to celebrate the anniversary of the Health Bill and promote his American rescue plan.

Biden also spoke briefly about the shooting in Colorado that killed 10 people, including one police officer, and said his “heart is running out” for the victims and survivors.

Regarding the ongoing pandemic, Biden highlighted the difficulties many Americans have endured, including an increased risk of suicide, shorter study times for students, and increased financial stress.

“Help is here,” he said.

Biden bragged about the $ 1,400 COVID-19 relief checks delivered under his administration and spoke at length about the ACA’s expanded cancer treatment. Biden’s son Beau died of complications from cancer.

“For millions who are unemployed and have no coverage thanks to this law, there is an Obamacare plan that most people can get with zero dollar rewards,” he said of the bill he was serving as Vice President for former President Obama had promoted.

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