from Western Journalism:
Nearly half of the ObamaCare state exchanges face financial troubles, according to a new report.
The Washington Post reports that some of the factors contributing to the woes include high costs and less-than-anticipated enrollment:
But for the recently completed open enrollment period, sign-ups for the state marketplaces rose a disappointing 12 percent, to 2.8 million people. That compared with a 61 percent increase for the federal exchange, to 8.8 million people, according to Avalere Health, a consulting firm. States with the smallest enrollment growth are among those facing the greatest financial problems.
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