Sep 03, 2015

Nearly 10 million enroll in Obamacare as deadline nears | Washington Examiner

Nearly 10 million Americans have enrolled in health coverage on the Obamacare insurance exchanges with less than two weeks to go in the signup season, the Obama administration said Wednesday. Officials haven't said whether some Americans might be allowed to sign up after the Feb. 15 deadline, and they didn't clarify that this week, either. Consumers need to treat February as their last chance to...

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