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Barack Obama brings jokes with him in return to White House | USA TODAY

Former President Barack Obama made his return to the White House with jokes in hand, referring to the President Biden as vice president in his opening remarks.

RELATED: Obama, Biden promote the Affordable Care Act, unveiling new expansions https://youtu.be/TzW_6uE8IUI

President Joe Biden on Tuesday proposed a way to increase the number of dependents who can get subsidized insurance under the Affordable Care Act, a fix to what has been called the “family glitch.” The proposal: If a workplace plan for a whole family costs more than 10% of a family’s income, then the worker’s spouse and children could get help purchasing a private plan through the Obamacare marketplace.

“The Affordable Care Act is stronger than it’s ever been,” Biden said at a White House event attended by former President Barack Obama. “And today, we’re strengthening it even further.”

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