New delays hit Obamacare rollout before Oct. 1 launch
Administration officials did not explain the nature of the technical problems, but they emphasized that full online enrollment for other individuals will be available on Oct. 1 under the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare.
The administration sought to play down the delays, saying that new benefits for the uninsured would still begin on Jan. 1. Small businesses would be able to shop for coverage next week, fill out paper insurance applications or discuss their options with call center staff.
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