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What a debacle.

Assuming they get the site working well in the next few weeks, they are going to have to spend a lot of money to advertise and enroll young middle and upper income healthies.

ACA cannot be a success without them.

Actually people don't have to go to their exchange to purchase a policy within an exchange, if they can figure out which companies are offering an option. In fact when they go to the company directly, they don't have to give away their personal info before getting some kind of competent quote.

One wonders, if the exchanges, aren't purposely collecting info, before they allow people to proceed, to discourage the dilemma above, hoping they get some young takers. Only, inquiring minds aren't registering, they are figuring out how to go around the mess. Most of them are going to find, they don't qualify for subsidized plan anyway.
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