President Obama has bowed to public pressure and panicked Democrats, saying Americans won't have to give up their current health care plans for another year, even though they don't meet Obamacare's qualifications.
But now it's unclear whether this "fix" will really mean people who received cancellation notices can get their plans back. CNN's Dan Simon is OutFront has the story of one man whose plan may have been saved, at least for now.
The President has promised to get the Obamacare website up and running smoothly as soon as possible and announced a plan for people who's insurance policies have been canceled under the new law to keep their old plans – but has the political damage to his administration already been done?
Outfront tonight are Sean Spicer, communications director for the Republican National Committee, and Van Jones, host of CNN's Crossfire.
President Obama has admitted his administration "fumbled" the Obamacare rollout and promised fixes for people who still can't get on the website or have had their current insurance policies canceled – but will these efforts be enough to turn the law's introduction around?
Outfront tonight is Democratic Congressman Keith Ellison, the co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and Chief Deputy Whip.
Only 106,185 people enrolled in Obamacare during its first month - about 25% of them through healthcare.gov.
That's well below estimates.
One internal memo, obtained by CNN, shows that as late as September, the administration expected nearly 500,000 people to enroll in October.
Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, chair of the Democratic National Committee is OutFront.
Former Obama official and Clinton Treasury Secretary Larry Summers came OutFront to discuss Obamacare and the economy. He also gives us his take on Janet Yellen's nomination for Federal Reserve chair, a job many thought he would be nominated for instead.
OutFront Extra: More of Erin Burnett's interview with Larry Summers.