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Is calling on Americans to sign up for new health insurance exchanges starting in the fall he says the health care overhaul is already helping millions of Americans with insurance.
And he predicts the exchanges will help millions more get insurance.
But critics in Republican lawmakers in Washington save the law is a train wreck.
And there vowing to try again to repeal the entire thing.
Live at the white house with more on the -- the president focus though on women today.
-- -- Harrison not just because Mother's Day is this weekend turns out women make most family health care decisions and they can also influence there adult children.
Now the health exchanges set to offer coverage in October of this year.
Need to sign up about two point seven million healthy eighteen to 35 year -- by next march.
In order to have a big enough pool will also be able to cover the elderly and people with preexisting conditions were expected to join -- the president today.
Focused on Obama -- benefits for women.
Women now have access to port free preventive care.
Like checkups and mammograms and cancer screenings so you can catch preventable illness on the front end.
And that -- -- helped more than seventy million Americans with private insurance.
That's already happening.
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell on the other hand -- obamacare will lead to higher cost more red tape and regulations and for some women.
Off the insurance plans they already have parents.
You know this plan is also seen -- Democrats.
Critics here recently a lot of people talking about how it's phasing in an end costing money and being unclear along the way.
House Republicans say they will actually try to repeal the Affordable Care Act again next week.
What you write one of the authors of the plan and senator Max Baucus says it's going to be a train wreck to implement.
And next week's attempt to repeal it will be the fortieth -- house Republicans.
Speaker John Boehner says he owes it to the seventy -- so new members who haven't had a chance the -- on it and he is scheduling the vote.
Even though he himself has called obamacare the -- the land in the past.
Well that that's just that was -- fact I want to repeal the law of the wind -- clear I don't believe there's a way to fix this in to make it acceptable.
To the American people.
White house Press Secretary Jay Carney says the both pointless he says congress pass the Affordable Care Act the Supreme Court upheld it.
And he says the administration is determined to implement it.
Paris Wendell thank you.
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