|Obamacare sign ups sag under Trump administration|
|Written by FHI's Week in Review|
|Monday, 06 February 2017 19:23|
Tami Luhby, in a February 3, 2017 CNN post, reports:
The pace of Obamacare sign-ups slowed in the final days of open enrollment last month, as the Trump administration repeatedly blasted the law and pulled ads reminding procrastinators of the January 31 deadline.
Some 9.2 million consumers selected a plan on the federal exchange, healthcare.gov, which handles enrollment for 39 states. That's down from 9.6 million a year ago.
Only 376,000 people signed up in the last two weeks of enrollment, compared to nearly 700,000 who picked plans in the final week a year ago.
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|Last Updated on Monday, 27 February 2017 15:15|
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