From Sunlen Miller:
President Obama this morning will convene a meeting with health insurers and state insurance commissioners in the Roosevelt Room at the White House to discuss "the need to work together to implement the new law and to fairly deliver its immediate benefits to consumers by avoiding unjustified premium increases," the White House says.
Following the meeting the president will deliver remarks in the East Room, to mark the 90-day anniversary of signing the health care bill into law.
The president will speak about the "work being done to deliver the benefits and cost savings of the new law to the American people," the White House says.
Mr. Obama is expected to announce the implementation of key new benefits within the health care system.
Later, the president will have a series of closed-door meetings, starting with lunch with Vice President Biden, then an Oval Office meeting with Secretary of Defense Gates, followed by a Cabinet meeting in the Cabinet Room.
In the evening, the president will host an LGBT Pride Month event, where he is expected to deliver brief remarks. Invited guests include elected officials, state and local community leaders, and LGBT Americans from communities across the country — including many youth — who have stood up for equality, the White House says.
– Sunlen Miller