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The Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare will affect nearly everyone in the United States in some way, but arguably one of the largest groups to feel its impact is the 48 million Americans without health insurance. Those without insurance must enroll in one of the insurance marketplaces by December 15 in order to have their coverage start on January 1. Most Americans face tax penalties if they do not have health insurance by then.
The online sign-up process began October 1 and immediately ran into technical problems. Meanwhile, some employers have changed or dropped providers due to the reforms, making their workers take on new programs or seek their own coverage. Just over 106,000 were reported to have successfully signed up for Obamacare in the first month, well below the goal.
Were you recently told your insurance is going to end, or have you been frustrated with what you've seen on healthcare.gov? Have you applied for insurance under the new program, or tried to? What was your experience?
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