Bill Clinton chats up ACA's benefits, calls for cooperation to fix glitches

In an hourlong talk in Little Rock, Ark., former President Bill Clinton on Wednesday highlighted the benefits and downsides of the Affordable Care Act. Clinton discussed a number of themes, including the burden of covering health costs for the uninsured, the nation's increasing health costs and competition in insurance markets. Clinton called on people to enroll in the online markets and asked Republicans to help solve "relatively simple matters" related to the law's implementation, contending that both supporters and opponents had a responsibility to make it work.

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