Like your healthcare plan? You really can keep it.

Yesterday, we interviewed Dr. Zeke Emmanuel about the Affordable Care Act and how it's going to change health care in this country.

It may well do just that, but it's going take at least a little bit longer: The White House announced today that if they like them, consumers can keep their health plans for an extra two years, even if they don't comply with the law.

The deadline to get in line is now 2016.

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