It's crunch time for Obamacare's broken exchanges
The states that tried and failed to run their own Obamacare health insurance marketplaces aren't quite ready to call it quits. With the health-care law's next open enrollment period just more than six months away, Nevada on Tuesday joined the ranks of Maryland, Oregon and Massachusetts as states that have ditched their faulty enrollment Web sites. Of the 14 states — plus the District — that chose to run their own Obamacare exchanges in 2014, these four have either decided to join HealthCare.gov or do enrollment through another system in 2015. The broken exchanges present two major issues.
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