Can Young People Afford the New Health Insurance Exchanges?

Alicia Menendez talks to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
1:37 | 09/20/13

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I have a question here that comes in via Twitter from one of our viewers. This -- -- authorities from Colorado and -- -- For majorities in late middle class with health care what are the major differences. -- if you have health care plan and is good for you when -- family for your workplace. Through romantic -- wonderful program. Receive news through existing Medicaid from. You don't do anything. -- -- -- your policy is starting to us from long -- -- time limits upon your health benefits. So you can't go bankrupt went out of pocket costs that you can now have preventive -- -- now. Co pays it no insurance -- -- happen if you have children in their twenties your children understand your health plan that's already that's all part of the Affordable Care -- You don't have to do anything else you already have insurance coverage the new markets are feeling for people. Small business you know. Self employed individuals folks don't have coverage and all who need an affordable option. They don't have support from -- in an employer to buy health coverage of them get some financial support from the federal government and today and we just. A study that says over half the people. Who are eligible for new coverage -- pay less than -- hundred dollars month for health insurance and that's a huge step.

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