Why has the roll-out of Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) websites been so troubled?
rcook12 39 weeks ago
I’ve yet to have success establishing an account and verifiying my identity on the healthcare.gov site, and when I tried today I was still getting all kinds of glitches and errors. I’m not trying to be overly critical; some of the guys I shoot bullseye pistol matches with even make fun of me for being the resident “socialist,” which is funny because I worked on a number of Republican campaigns back in the early 90s. I understand that any new site is going to have growing pains and issues at first, but this site clearly needs more work. Are these issues major problems, or the expected glitches of a new site with lots of traffic?
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