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HealthCare.Gov Updates Get Mixed Reviews

There’s good and bad news about the recent improvements to HealthCare.Gov, says the Associated Press. In Utah, a group of health care workers claim that three out of four people have been able to successfully sign up for insurance. But in states such as Illinois, Florida and Iowa, major improvements in enrollment have not happened yet. 

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