Michelle Obama is an advocate of the Affordable Care Act not just as the First Lady of the United States of America, but as a mother. During this exclusive interview on “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show,” Michelle Obama detailed a personal story about her youngest daughter Sasha‘s meningitis scare as a four-month-old baby, and how this event crystalized the importance of having medical benefits.
While the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) has been criticized by many conservatives, millions are already benefitting from this legislation. And the FLOTUS explains how children, young adults, women and those with pre-existing conditions are feeling the positive effects.
Americans in need of health insurance can sign up at HealthCare.gov by Decemeber 23rd in order to be eligible for benefits on January 1st. For those looking for personal assistance or who aren’t web savvy can call 800.318.2596 to get registered.
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Listen to Yolanda Adams’ exclusive interview with Michelle Obama below, and read the transcript here.
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