Group Receives $1.1M Grant to Sell ObamaCare to Public

According to CapitolCityProject.com, Families USA, a non-profit organization which says that it is non-partisan, received a $1.1 million grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation on Oct. 4 to make a database of ObamaCare “success stories.”

Families USA, which states that it is dedicated to “the achievement of high-quality, affordable health care for all Americans,” will look for stories of “real people” who will tell their tales of success of enrolling in ObamaCare. Families USA’s website urges its users to educate others about the wonderful world of Obamacare: “The best way to do that is to tell your story, giving a real example of the status quo and the impact of change.”

CEOs last week attending a Wall Street Journal forum last week were told by Barack Obama that ObamaCare need some positive spin in the media. He said, "We obviously are going to have to remarket and rebrand, and that will be challenging in this political environment.”


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