Too little, too late? Obamacare sign-ups rise as deadline looms

Five million people have now signed up for health plans through Obamacare’s exchanges, the administration announced Monday, arguing they are seeing a last-minute surge of interest ahead of the March 31 deadline.

Officials said more than 1 million people visited the federal website this weekend, and 4 million visited last week, producing hundreds of thousands of new enrollees.

“As this historic open enrollment period enters its final weeks, millions of Americans are finding quality, affordable coverage thanks to the Affordable Care Act,” said Marilyn Tavenner, administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

The administration is racing the deadline, hoping to sign up enough people to make the economics of Obamacare work.

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • James Maxwell says:

    Before I would believe the Government figures on anything I would have to
    have an independent group look at them and then give a report and to try
    to get an honest report it woudl have to have members from different
    companies. I seriously doubt that there has been any “surge” in
    the application for O’scammer care. And until the Insurance companies
    are actually able to receive the money and issue a policy then it is all
    BS to try and prop up the Ponze Scam.

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