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USA Today

A couple of weeks after the disastrous debut of its health insurance website Oct. 1, the Obama administration woke up and finally began doing what it should have done all along, bringing in a competent troubleshooter, consolidating fix-it efforts under a central coordinator and setting a real deadline — Nov. 30 — to repair the site. That seems to have worked, at least to some degree. The White House announced Sunday that it had hit its target of having the website function smoothly for “the vast majority” of people who want to sign up, which it defines as about 80%.