As criticism from both sides of the aisle mounts, there is a growing concern the "fumbled" Obamacare rollout could end up defining the rest of President Obama's second term and possibly a large part of his legacy.
Can the President rebuild his credibility, or has he lost too much already? Outfront tonight are former Clinton adviser Paul Begala and National Review columnist Reihan Salam.
Today's vote in Congress on a GOP plan to "fix" Obamacare confirmed that Republicans and more than a few Democrats aren't thrilled with the plan the President put forward yesterday.
But what about the states, who will be tasked with helping to implement his solution? Outfront tonight is Ohio's Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor, who also serves as director of the Ohio Department of Insurance.
The botched rollout of Obamacare and the temporary "fix" announced by the president today has some Democrats on edge, especially those who are facing re-election next year.
Senator Mary Landrieu of Louisiana is still pushing legislation to prevent people from being dropped by insurers regardless of the president's announcement. And Landrieu is not alone on the left.
Is the Democratic Party headed for a civil war of its own? Outfront tonight with some perspective is CNN's Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley.
Can President Obama fix the flat?
With millions of Americans forced to lose their existing health coverage, and the President's admission that Obamacare isn't working the way he had hoped, there is no question he and his administration have been dealt a huge setback.
His proposal? Any American who was dropped by their health provider can keep their plan for another year, but will this temporary "fix" lead to bigger problems for health care and the president's future agenda? John King is CNN's chief national correspondent and he is Outfront tonight with more.
To prevent premiums from surging, the Obama administration needs about 40% of those who enroll in Obamacare to be young and healthy. That number is integral to the success or failure of the law, because the administration doesn't reach it, the model won't be economically viable.
CNN's Tom Foreman is OutFront tonight to break down exactly how these insurance plans are set up so that they can remain affordable.