Report: OR has zero healthcare enrollees
The state of Oregon has yet to enroll a single person into its state-run healthcare exchange, according to reports by The Associated Press and NPR released on Monday. Oregon is one of 14 states that opted to run its own healthcare exchange under the Affordable Care Act, and the state has often been spotlighted by liberals as having implemented one of the country's more ambitious healthcare overhauls. But the state's exchange has suffered technical issues similar to those affecting the federal system, and continues to sputter more than a month after its launch.
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