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  • Reversing Course, Trump Administration Will Continue Obamacare Outreach Politico by Rachana Pradhan and Paul Demko The Trump administration has reversed plans to scrap all Obamacare outreach in the finals days of the law's enrollment period, a day after the move sparked outcry from the law's supporters and health insurers.

    HHS officials on Friday said automatic phone calls and other online and digital outreach—including Twitter messages and emails—would continue through the Jan. 31 deadline for obtaining coverage.

    Officials also said they were unable to pull back some radio and TV advertising that had been purchased by the Obama administration. HHS was able to cancel about $4 million to $5 million in ads, a spokesman said.

  • The Rush to Get Millennials Health Insurance Before the Possible Repeal Of Obamacare Washington Post by DeNeen L. Brown—This month, as Republicans in Congress moved to dismantle the Affordable Care Act and President Trump signed an executive order weakening its provisions, Washington, D.C., health insurance exchange officials were rushing to sign up millennials before the open enrollment period ends Jan. 31. Forty-one percent of new customers are ages 26 to 34,” Kofman said. “When we first started, we looked at the uninsured data in the District. We tried to focus on populations that tend to not have coverage. In D.C. more than 60 percent of the uninsured were 40 and under.” The D.C. exchange opened in 2013, and they deployed all kinds of unconventional strategies to encourage millennials to sign up for health care.

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