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Two months after its launch, Healthcare.gov may finally be fully operational - for about 80% of users. Ahead of the November 30 deadline the administration set to fix the problems, CNN's Jill Dougherty looks at the setbacks and flaws that have plagued the site.
One of the biggest criticisms of the Affordable Care Act is that lawmakers did not know exactly how it would impact average Americans, the insurance market, hospitals, and more. In a campaign tagline that Republicans have criticized, Pres. Obama told Americans with health insurance, "If you like your plan, you can keep it" - a claim that for some, has turned out not to be true. But other Americans, who never thought they could afford health insurance, are surprised to find out they qualify for lower costs and greater coverage. So what's the bottom line? How is Obamacare impacting the average American?
Obamacare designers wanted a site where shoppers browse plans anonymously. Brianna Keilar looks into the perk's absence.
CNN's Joe Johns reports on a woman who can no longer afford health insurance - after Pres. Obama cited her as an Obamacare success story in an address in the Rose Garden.
CNN's Dana Bash reports on a Republican bill to permanently reinstate canceled insurance policies that passed the House with Democratic support - and struck a big blow to the Obama administration.
Some Democrats are relieved the President has a fix for cancelled health plans, but many want a legislative solution.
Insurance companies are worried that tinkering with Obamacare plans will destabilize the health insurance market.
Michele Bachmann says she lost health coverage under Obamacare and will wait until the deadline to apply for coverage.
CNN's Tom Foreman explains why the Affordable Health Care Act is a "house of cards" and how changes could bring it down.
The famous face of Obamacare finally shows her face on television. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the mother and wife who has come forward as the Healthcare.gov model.