Obamacare 2015 Enrollment Beats Expectations

The Hill: “This year’s ObamaCare enrollment officially beat expectations with at least 11.4 million Americans signing up in the second year, the White House announced late Tuesday.”

“The new estimates put the Obama administration ahead of its target of 9 million signups for 2015 and far ahead of its totals from the marketplace’s first year — though well below initial predictions.”

“This year’s approach has been vastly different, with just minor technical glitches and a less-flashy outreach strategy.”

“The new figures are likely to fluctuate, however, as the government weeds out customers who signed up but did not pay their premiums. Last year, the administration was forced to take several hundred thousand people off its rolls who did not pay premiums. The final enrollment tally was just below 7 million.”

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