Obama to join Biden at the White House to unveil upgrades to ACA-Obamacare

On Tuesday, two popular and effective presidents of the nation—Joe Biden and Barack Obama will join together to unveil the Affordable Care Act (ACA), commonly called Obamacare. The new act has fixed a glitch and has also been upgraded to be more inclusive. The presidents believe that these changes will help American families save thousands of dollars in healthcare.

Former president Barack Obama will return to his former home for the first on Tuesday, since he left office. Obama left the White House after completing his second term in 2017. He is returning for a momentous occasion as this signature healthcare law, commonly called Obamacare, has had a tremendous influence in the lives of millions of Americans and will continue to do so. Obamacare is considered to be one of the best achievements of his presidential tenure.

The Biden administration will fix the “family glitch” in an event that will take place, on Tuesday afternoon at 1.30 p.m. EDT at the Rose Garden. This is considered to be the most significant administrative action taken that will improve the ACA since its landmark debut in 2010.

(Photo: White House 2022 Former President Obama and President Biden)

When the law, which had benefited Americans from more than a decade, was enacted Barack Obama was the president and Joe Biden was the vice president of the nation. Now, both the presidents will address the nation and tout Its far reaching effects, which have transformed healthcare in the U.S. The ACA will boost the healthcare of many more Americans as it will be cost effective. It will increase the number of people who will benefit from it.

The White House said in a statement: “Thanks to the landmark American Rescue Plan, ACA premiums are at an all-time low, while enrollment is at an all-time high.”

It also noted that four out of five Americans were able to find “quality coverage under $10 a month.” It also mentioned that American families could save approximately $2,400 each year on annual premiums, which led to a monthly saving of $200 that could be used by these families for other expenses.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that the two Democrat leaders, who are also friends, will have lunch together at the White House. Although both former president Barack Obama and president Joe Biden have kept in touch with each other, this will be the first time that they will be together, in the White House, since 2017.

(Photo/Credit: President Obama White House 2013)

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