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Exchanges Face Sign-Up Challenges As Health Law’s 3rd Open Enrollment Begins
Kaiser Health News

On fishing piers in Maine, inside public libraries in rural Iowa and at insurer-run retail stores in Minnesota, the hunt for uninsured Americans will reignite Sunday when Obamacare’s third open enrollment season starts.

But the job will be more difficult this time as the number of uninsured Americans has fallen dramatically. The past two sign-up periods were triumphs. About 9.1 million people are expected to have coverage at the end of 2015 from private plans bought last winter on the health law’s insurance exchanges.