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Enroll America's Anne Filipic. Photo by Brad Howell
June 17 (Bloomberg) — Kathleen Sebelius, the former U.S. health secretary, assailed opponents of Obamacare, saying they outspent the government 4-to-1 before the start of the health exchanges that signed up 8 million Americans for coverage.

Sebelius, who resigned April 10, spoke publicly today for the first time since she left the administration on June 6. Her comments came at a conference sponsored by Enroll America, the nonprofit group based in Washington that led efforts to sign up Americans in 11 states under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. In a video taped for the conference, President Barack Obama thanked enrollment workers and joined Sebelius in lashing out at opponents of the law.

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