Student or Learner
In this sentence from a website:
"Facing growing opposition from his own party, President Obama today proposed a fix to a key component of his signature health care law, allowing Americans who are losing their coverage because of the Affordable Care Act to keep their plans for up to a year before being forced into coverage that meets the new standards."
Is "being forced into coverage" grammatically wrong, because the sentence makes it possible to write "He is in insurance coverage" to mean "He has insurance coverage". Would "being forced into getting coverage" be better?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.