Entrepreneurs Wonder if Obama will Discuss Self Employed Health Insurance
on the Airwaves Sunday Morning
As President Barack Obama gears up for his plan to blanket the airwaves on Sunday morning,
entrepreneurs wonder whether he will discuss health insurance for self employed people.
SelfEmployedHealthNetwork.com, a website committed to helping people find self employed
health insurance, offers information on the administration’s proposal so far and a source to find
affordable medical insurance.
Chicago. IL. (Vocus) – As President Barack Obama gears up to hit the nationwide airwaves Sunday morning,
some entrepreneurs are wondering whether he will discuss the topic of self employed health insurance.
SelfEmployedHealthNetwork.com discusses the items that are currently being discussed in congress and offers a
means for entrepreneurs to find affordable medical insurance.
President Obama took on a series of reporters for exclusive interviews on Friday to promote his health care
overhaul and a range of domestic and foreign-policy questions. The interviews were granted to ABC, NBC, CBS,
CNN and Spanish-language Univision. The interviews are scheduled to be aired Sunday.
Entrepreneurs across the country are wondering if President Obama was asked by reporters about how the new
health care plan would affect people who needed to find health insurance for self employed individuals.
Currently, a plan proposed by Senator Max Baucus is being considered and will be voted on by a committee
starting this week. Baucus said that the proposal embodies President Obama’s top domestic priority but does not
include a government run insurance place to compete with private insurers.
President Obama has discussed plans concerning small businesses health insurance and health insurance for self
employed people but the details are still being considered by the committee. He proposed there would be a new
insurance marketplace for people without insurance, entrepreneurs and small business owners can compare plans
and buy insurance