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Cover Oregon Still Not in Triple-Digits for Obamacare Sign-ups


Cover Oregon, a state health-care exchange that has seen no shortage of setbacks, has succeeded in signing up only 44 people in private insurance plans, the lowest number of sign-ups in the nation.

As the Washington Examiner notes, Oregon wholeheartedly embraced Obamacare: The state has spent more than $300 million in federal grant money to create its own exchange, more money than all but two other states: New York and California. That works out to nearly $7 million per enrollment.


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