Fewer than 50,000 sign up on Obamacare website, media report suggests
November 11th, 2013
09:02 PM ET
10 months ago

Fewer than 50,000 sign up on Obamacare website, media report suggests

(CNN) - It appears fewer than 50,000 people successfully signed up for health coverage through the federally run Obamacare website during the first five weeks of open enrollment, falling well short of expectations for the period, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.

The federal online application process has been marked so far by serious technical problems with HealthCare.gov since its October 1 launch.

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  1. jpmichigan

    I for one , am glad that their are people like Senator Issa ,checking in one the government (White House and others) misleading and miss informing the American people, just to serve their egos. The Democrats knew from the get go that millions of tax-paying American would lose their healthcare to benefit the few. Choices have taken from the people and the re-distribution of money for healthcare used to pay for those who basically get it free or will get subsides to help pay theirs. I guess the era of the con artist, snake oil seller is still going around, only now he is selling Obamacare..

    November 12, 2013 09:15 am at 9:15 am |
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