| Robert -- |
For years -- and especially over the last few months -- we heard a lot from the other side about how no one was going to sign up for Obamacare.
That's OK. Haters are going to hate. This week, we found out that more than 7 million people signed up for health insurance through the marketplace.
That's something each and every one of us should be proud of. We're marking this moment by recognizing all of the people who helped make history.
Robert, add your name to the permanent record of organizers who made health care reform a reality.
Every time I hear a great story from someone who finally got coverage -- or who will never again be discriminated against because of a pre-existing condition -- I think back on how hard it was to pass health care reform.
It's true -- it took about 100 years of organizing, the work of several presidents and Congresses. And it took everything we had to finally get the job done in March 2010.
Of course, this work isn't over -- but today, take a moment and think about what we've been able to get done.
Add your name to the record today:
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