Twenty million Americans signed up for affordable health insurance for 2024, breaking an enrollment record under the Affordable Care Act for the third consecutive year, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced Wednesday.
“With six days left to still get covered, 8 million more Americans have signed up for ACA coverage than when I took office,” President Biden said in a statement on Wednesday, adding that most enrollees will be eligible to select a plan that could cost just $10 a month — or even less.
Mr. Biden also slammed Republicans who have blocked efforts to “build upon this progress and make these lower health care premiums permanent,” alleging that the GOP’s healthcare plan would raise healthcare costs for millions — specifically for elderly Americans and small business owners.
Healthcare.gov to learn more.
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