Midnight on March 31st marked a major deadline for the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. It was the end of the first open enrollment period, in which people without coverage from their employer have to sign up for private health insurance on individual market, and there’s a vast disparity in cost and options from state to state. As government officials across the country hustled to meet their goal of 7 million people enrolled, Capitol Hill correspondent for Feature Story News, Alice Ollstein, spoke with Green Shadow Cabinet Secretary of Health, Dr Margaret Flowers, who is refusing to participate.
Listen to the interview – here.
Find out more about why Dr Margaret Flowers is a Conscientious Objector to the ACA on Popular Resistance.