Health & Medicine

November 9, 2013 7:39 PM

Health care sign-ups proceeding, at least in California

Obamacare is open for business, at least in California. That’s the message state insurance officials are trying to get out, against a backdrop of computer glitches that have disrupted health care sign-ups nationwide since Oct. 1, when the exchanges officially opened.

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