The White House is moving forward with part of its ObamaCare fix designed to promote the law's benefits to consumers. The administration unveiled a letter that will be sent to people who have the option of continuing health policies that would otherwise be canceled under ObamaCare for one year. Most of the policies will not meet the law's new coverage standards, a fact the White House wants to highlight to the public. "Consumer protections are an important part of the Affordable Care Act," said deputy press secretary Josh Earnest on Thursday. "This letter includes very important information for individual consumers."