More than three years after Congress passed the Affordable Care Act and President Obama signed it into law, the most controversial piece of the law begins Tuesday – the requirement that uninsured Americans buy health insurance – and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said the government is ready.
“We’re very excited about tomorrow,” Sebelius said Monday. “Shutdown or no shutdown, we’re ready to go.”
“The Affordable Care Act is moving forward,” President Obama said Monday in an announcement.
Starting at 8 a.m., visitors to healthcare.gov, the federal government’s health care website, will be able to navigate how to shop for and buy health insurance as part of the law, Sebelius said.
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