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A day af­ter they were caught off guard by Pres­i­dent Oba­ma’s pro­posal to pre­vent can­cel­la­tion of in­sur­ance poli­cies for mil­lions of Amer­i­cans, top ex­ec­u­tives of some of the biggest in­sur­ance com­pa­nies emerged from a meet­ing at the White House on Fri­day, ex­press­ing mixed feel­ings about whether the idea could work in ev­ery state. The hast­ily called meet­ing was an at­tempt by the White House to ad­dress the grow­ing frus­tra­tion of the na­tion’s in­sur­ers over the ad­min­is­tra­tion’s fum­bling of the health care law. It came just a day af­ter the pres­i­dent an­nounced on tele­vi­sion that in­sur­ers could now con­tinue cov­er­age for peo­ple whose poli­cies were be­ing can­celed be­cause they did not meet the new law’s stan­dards.
ACA is increasingly unpopular, we need hillary to win for it to last
i think hillary or i will win and it will be no problem