Today is the deadline for most Americans to have ObamaCare insurance beginning January 1, but a series of administration fixes and delays is turning the milestone into a day that for many Americans will underscore the uncertainty about the future of the law.
The original plan was simple — that Americans who enrolled in ObamaCare, online or otherwise, by Dec. 23 and paid in full would have insurance when coverage kicks in New Year’s Day.
But the disastrous Oct. 1 start for the federal website and some state-run sites — marked by crashes and the dissemination of incorrect information — sent President Obama and other top administration officials scrambling to change the law in hopes of bolstering enrollment numbers.
The president has expressed confidence over the past several days that the changes have helped.
On Sunday, he restated his case that ObamaCare is on the right track but urged those who had yet to enroll to do so by Monday.
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