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VP Biden tweets #TBT photo of himself at 26-years-old

The tweets are part of a larger campaign by the Obama administration to encourage young people to enroll in health care exchanges.
By Aileen Graef   |   July 31, 2014 at 3:50 PM

WASHINGTON, July 31 (UPI) -- Vice President Joe Biden and his wife Dr. Jill Biden tweeted photos of their 26-year-old selves to encourage young people to get health insurance.

The vice president posted a photo of himself smiling with the caption: "Short sleeve button-downs are coming back but health care has always been in style. #Bornin88? Then #GetCovered. #TBT"


After the age of 26, people are no longer eligible to stay on their parents' health care plans under the Affordable Care Act. The tweets are part of a larger campaign by the Obama administration to encourage young people to enroll in health care exchanges.

Dr. Jill Biden tweeted a photo herself with her husband and two sons with the caption: "#TBT to when I was 26 & starting a family. #BornIn88? Get covered at @HealthCareGov."


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