Meanwhile, in the District of Columbia . . .
The D.C. Health Link, the District’s locally created online insurance exchange, continues to report strong interest in its opening weeks, though relatively few website visitors have actually purchased insurance.
Through Monday, 164 individuals or families have finished signing up and requested an invoice, according to new data released by the exchange. That’s up from 89 two weeks ago.
That’s 75 in two weeks’ time, or a bit more than five signups per day.
According to EnrollMaven.com, the administration’s aim was to get 43,000 successful signups by March 31.