Affordable Care Act cuts number of uninsured
US health officials said the number of uninsured people in the country had dramatically dropped since the introduction of the Affordable Care Act, also known as the Obamacare.
In 2013, roughly one in five Americans had no health care coverage. The number now is about one in eight. 
The Obama administration says this dramatic improvement proved that the Affordable Care Act is working. 
Critics, on the other hand, say the program has cost too much, and gained too little.
CGTN’s Roee Ruttenberg reported the improvement in Washington, DC, where the biggest drop in the number of uninsured is noted and how the Obamacare benefited the capital's residents.