Supporters of President Obama’s healthcare reforms launched an online game Wednesday to highlight the law’s provisions.
The new site is operated by “Thanks, Obamacare,” a coalition of Colorado-based healthcare advocates formed in October to build support for healthcare reform and try to reclaim the “ObamaCare” label.
The “Thanks, Obamacare” game sends visitors through a hypothetical series of life changes, such as changing jobs or getting into a skiing accident. Players can proceed “with Obamacare” and gain points as they take advantage of provisions like the ban on insurers denying coverage because of a pre-existing condition. Proceeding “without Obamacare” loses points.
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