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October 10th, 2013
01:35 AM ET

Web Exclusive: Obamacare’s web site crash

The government shutdown cannot stop Obamacare from moving forward. But technical glitches and online errors are stopping plenty of Americans from signing up for coverage. After years of political infighting over the Affordable Care Act, many are questioning why the government wasn't better prepared? Anderson spoke with Slate columnist David Auerbach.


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  1. Linda Hoffman

    Although our lovely Missouri Republican state government is not "causing" the problems with online registration in ACA, it is determined to keep it from succeeding. Our "great" legislators decided to refuse the federal Medicaid money and is forcing Missourians to use the federal marketplace.....and just to actually make it more difficult for those wanting to get signed up....it has passed Prop E which bars all state workers from assisting Missourians in signing up. In fact, Senate bill 262 will fine anyone (even a private individual) who helps someone else with the signup unless they have a license as a navigator. This law does much more to limit what a navigator is allowed to say and do to help the applicant. Check out the info outlined in an editorial in th St Louis Post Dispatch from 10/9/13.

    October 10, 2013 at 9:08 pm |

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