A computer screen shows a website run by the federal government where people can enroll for health care exchanges under President Barack Obama's health care law at a community meeting in Miami Gardens, Fla. Due to technology problems, many were unable to sign up on the website for the first few days of the program.
A computer screen shows a website run by the federal government where people can enroll for health care exchanges under President Barack Obama's health care law at a community meeting in Miami Gardens, Fla. Due to technology problems, many were unable to sign up on the website for the first few days of the program.
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published Monday, October 7th, 2013
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WASHINGTON — The glitch-ridden rollout of President Barack Obama's health care law has opponents crowing: "Told you so!" and insisting it should be paused, if not scrapped. But others, including insurance companies, say there's still enough time to fix the online enrollment system before uninsured Americans start getting coverage on Jan. 1.

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