Former Gov. Howard Dean says the delays with Obamacare could cause the mandates and deadlines to change.
Dean appeared on Crossfire with former Rep. Chris Chocola and hosts Newt Gingrich and Van Jones.
President Obama wants you to sign up for health insurance, but some people still aren't buying.
As technical issues continue to plague the sign-up process, health insurance executives met with White House officials to address the problems.
Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean and Former Rep. Chris Chocola of Indiana join Newt Gingrich and Van Jones in the Crossfire at 6:30pm ET Wednesday to debate Obamacare and whether or not there is a "plan B."
Dean, a medical doctor and former head of the Democratic party, supports Obamacare. Chocola, the president of conservative group Club for Growth, is critical of the law.
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Reason Magazine editor Nick Gillespie talks with Crossfire hosts S.E. Cupp and Van Jones about who is responsible for the Obamacare website issues.
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