2014 in 214 Words: A Really Simple Explanation of Obamacare

In the following months, additional provisions of the Affordable Care Act will be available, including critical new consumer protections for Americans and their families that end the worst insurance company abuses by banning discrimination based on pre-existing health conditions, ending annual limits on what an insurance company will cover, and giving all Americans access to health care plans that cap out-of-pocket medical costs for the first time.

We wanted to debunk some of the other myths about Obamacare – here are 214 words to describe the law.

Ed. note: This list is from healthcare.gov. See the original post here.

Now that we’ve told you about the health care law in 214 words, tell us in a Tweet why health insurance is important to you. Use the hashtag #214words. Or leave us a comment on Facebook using 14 words or less.

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