Official claims ObamaCare website will be fixed in a month

  • The White House official, who is responsible for the repairs clarified things regarding the ObamaCare website. 

    Jeffrey Zients said "the vast majority of users" should be able to use the website without facing any issues by the end of November. 

    Zients, who was only appointed by President Obama to oversee repairs, said a high number of applicants was not the only issue the website was facing. Other issues included "bugs that prevent the software from performing the way it's supposed to work," he said. "There's a punch list of fixes, and we're going to punch them out one by one."

    Another official said "people will be able to apply by Dec. 15 to get coverage by Jan. 1."

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