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Nicole Richie brings her unfiltered sense of humor and unique perspective to life in a new series based on her irreverent twitter feed. The show follows the outspoken celebrity as she shares her perspective on style, parenting, relationships and her journey to adulthood.
SHOTLIST:Pool Video - AP Clients Only Washington, DC - December 20, 20131. Wide shot of Obama entering last press conference of the year2. Wide of Obama talking at podium3. SOUNDBITE: (English) President Barack Obama (NO SUPER) Transcribed Below AP File Footage - Undated4. Mid of doctor taking blood pressure5. Various shots of Healthcare.gov websiteAP Audio -- AP Clients OnlyWashington, DC - December 31, 20136. SOUNDBITE: Voice of Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services (Transcribed Below)AP File Footage - Undated7. Various of woman on computer8. Various of Healthcare.gov website9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, AP Reporter (Transcribed Below)AP File footage - AP Clients OnlyVarious locations - Undated 10. Various of DC call center11. Obama talking to audience about healthcareAP File footage - AP Clients OnlyChicago, Illinois - December 23, 2013 12. Various of Chicago call center13. Various of Healthcare call centerAP File footage - AP Clients OnlyUnknown Location - No Date 13. Doctor taking blood pressure from patientAP File Footage - AP Clients OnlyVarious locations -- Unknown Dates14. Tight of woman signing up for insurance15. Mid of young man signing up for insurance coverage16. Obama speaking to audience about healthcareVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:AT HIS FINAL NEWS CONFERENCE OF THE YEAR.....PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA ADMITTED THE ROLL OUT OF THE NEW HEALTH CARE LAW WAS BADLY FLAWED."Since I'm responsible....obviously, we screwed it up."THE QUESTION NOW IS WHAT WILL 2014 BRING?THE CONSUMER FACING SIDE OF THE HEALTHCARE-DOT-GOV WEBSITE NOW APPEARS TO BE LARGELY FIXED -- AND THE ADMINISTRATION IS POINTING TO A SURGE IN ENROLLMENTS. SOUNDBITE: Voice of: Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services"The most recent data through December 28th indicates that 2.1 million people have enrolled in a private insurance plan through the marketplace."BUT ON THE BACK END OF HEALTHCARE-DOT-GOV - INSURERS SAY THEY ARE STILL RECEIVING THOUSANDS OF ERRONEOUS SIGN-UPS FROM THE GOVERNMENT.H-H-S SAYS THE RATE OF SUCH ERRORS HAS BEEN DRAMATICALLY REDUCED.BUT THE VOLUME OF SIGN-UPS HAS ALSO SURGED -- WHICH MEANS THAT EVEN WITH A LOWER ERROR RATE, THE NUMBER OF PROBLEM CASES KEEPS GROWING.SOUNDBITE: Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, AP Reporter"If january first comes around the transition to coverage isn't smooth....the stakes are higher because people may not be able to get medications they need, people may have problems getting seen by the doctor, and that's what changes the whole picture."MARCH 31ST MARKS THE END OF THE OPEN ENROLLMENT PERIOD -- AND PEOPLE WHO SIGN UP BY THEN WON'T FACE ANY TAX PENALTY FOR REMAINING UNINSURED.ADMINISTRATION OFFICIALS SAY THEY CURRENLTY HAVE TWO MAIN OBJECTIVES WITH THE NEW HEALTH CARE LAW.FIRST -- MINIMIZE ANY COVERAGE DISRUPTIONS THAT OCCUR FOLLOWING JANUARY FIRST.AND SECOND -- LAUNCH A BIG PUSH TO GET YOUNGER, HEALTHY UNINSURED PEOPLE TO SIGN UP WHICH WILL BE KEY TO THE LAW'S LONG TERM SUCCESS.Tim McGuire /Associated Press