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But we begin with chief national correspondent Jim Angle on Republicans.
Trying to keep that from happening.
Getting Jim hello -- -- several Republican senators argued today that if the administration is going to delay the employer mandate it should also delay the mandate on individuals who may depend on employers for their insurance.
It's past time the president acknowledges the burden.
Placed on every day Americans.
Middle class families and those who are already struggling to make it in this sluggish economy we need to extend that delay.
Also for every individual's.
Permanently some argue one Republican says -- administration delayed the employer mandate to push the painful part of the law passed -- -- fourteen elections that this is such a good thing why not let people know about it before the election not after another senator noted the president -- the pain of the employer mandate which some fear will cost jobs.
While keeping the can be in the law new benefits to individuals.
Had to hang the benefits out there.
To try and get people really addicted to the good things that they think -- in the bill.
A house hearing today also questioned the administration's recent actions of obamacare.
Including the way it was quietly released late before -- holiday weekend.
On a blog post.
Essentially -- -- -- -- -- It's.
A democratic importer conceded he might have -- recent -- different light side might have preferred a different approach.
But is not my job to speculate and best practices for the White House he had it then it's better to delay and get -- -- then rush and get it wrong as he argued most employers already provide insurance in order to get the best workers for 95%.
Of the employers.
Who already offer coverage to their employees we have every reason to believe -- continue to do so.
You cannot the nine.
That Obama care we'll use your term.
This helping millions of America.
Meanwhile the administration announced the latest moves to sign people up 1159.
Health centers across the nation.
Will receive 150 million dollars in grant awards.
To help enroll uninsured Americans in new health coverage options made available by the Affordable Care Act.
The money for such things of course come from more than a trillion dollars in new taxes over the next decade.
Including a new one on insurance premiums Brett.
Jim thank you.
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