By Tom Howell Jr.
The Washington Times
President Biden reprised his role as Obamacare salesman Tuesday in a bid to reach people who have been left in the cold by the durable yet faulty law, extending a special enrollment period by three months and betting that enhanced subsidies will chip away at the roughly 30 million Americans who remain uninsured.
Traveling in Ohio, the president said people can select plans on the federal HealthCare.gov enrollment portal until Aug. 15, instead of May 15, as part of his bid to boost sign-ups amid the COVID-19 pandemic and promote his $1.9 trillion relief package.
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