White House officials say the figures for Obamacare enrollment will be very low, as the Obama administration continues to look for a solution to the millions of insurance policies being canceled due to the health care initiative.
Obama Says Affordable Care Act Isn't Going Anywhere
President Barack Obama said his signature health care reform law is going nowhere as long as he's in office, and he'll spend the remainder of his presidency fighting to make it work if he has to. "We're not repealing it as long as I'm president," Obama said on Tuesday at a White House event intended to promote the Affordable Care Act. Obama challenged Republican opponents of the law to outline their alternative proposals.
A present from the daughters of the President of the United States mistakenly wound up at a home in Chicago. “Good Morning America” reports Alane Church was expecting a Christmas package that finally got to her house New Year’s Day. At the bottom of that package was another present that was addressed from Sasha and Malia Obama. It was meant for their godmother, Mama Kaye. Turns out the post office accidentally put it together when it had to repackage the damaged gifts.
President Obama said the nation's thoughts are with the families at Fort Hood, a day after a soldier opened fire killing three and wounding more than a dozen. Obama said the country must 'do everything in our power to keep our troops safe.'
A major concern for football and other youth sports, concussions, will be the topic of a White House conference on May 29. President Obama will host the White House Healthy Kids and Safe Sports Concussion Summit.
Obamas Want Daughters To Get Taste Of Life On Minimum Wage
President Barack Obama and wife Michelle both worked minimum-wage jobs before they got law degrees: a character-building experience they said they also want their teenage daughters to share. The president scooped ice cream at Baskin-Robbins, waited tables at an assisted-living facility for seniors and also worked as a painter.
House Committee Votes To Authorize Lawsuit Against Obama
Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday took a step toward authorizing a lawsuit against President Barack Obama, claiming he has overstepped his executive powers. In a partisan vote of 7-4, the House Rules Committee approved the legislation, setting it up for consideration by the full House.