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Sebelius Says There is No Plan at the Moment To Address Health Plan Cancelations

(Reuters) - U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said on Friday that the Obama administration hopes to assist people who received health insurance cancellation notices but has "no specific option right now."

President Barack Obama apologized on Thursday to Americans losing their policies, saying in a television interview that he regrets he was not clear when he repeatedly pledged that Americans who like their current plans can keep them under his signature health insurance system overhaul.

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  • Calvin Coolidge||

    Apologizing means never having to say you are sorry.

  • ||

    First honest thing she's said.

  • Sevo||

    Gee, we're sorry, and screw you.

  • bkieffer||

    He apologized for not being more clear?! He couldn't have been more clear. Period.

    What he needs to apologize for is either being incompetent, ignorant or a liar.

  • Unable2Reason||

    Come on insurance death spiral.....