What Happens When Obamacare Works? One Maine Woman Calls The ACA A Lifesaver06:03
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Geneva Duncan-Frost is pictured with her husband, who died 18 months ago of a heart attack. She believes he might still be alive if he had had health insurance. (Courtesy of the family)
Geneva Duncan-Frost is pictured with her husband, who died 18 months ago of a heart attack. She believes he might still be alive if he had had health insurance. (Courtesy of the family)

As the White House rushes to come up with an unspecified fix to counter millions of health coverage cancellations, and promises improvements to its federal health care sign-up website, some Americans say they're happy with the policies they're purchasing under the Affordable Care Act.

Here & Now's Robin Young talks to Geneva Duncan-Frost, a Maine woman who was previously uninsured, and Deb Shields, the application counselor who helped Frost through the sign-up process.

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  • Deb Shields, certified application counselor who has been helping people obtain health insurance.
  • Geneva Duncan-Frost, obtained health insurance through the Affordable Care Act marketplace.

This segment aired on November 14, 2013.

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