Here Are All the Times the White House Said Latest Obamacare Delay Wouldn’t Happen | Mediaite: "Late on Tuesday night, the White House “decided to give extra time” to prospective Affordable Care Act enrollees. At least, that’s how The Washington Post put it, though it is unlikely that the changes they made to the ACA’s online infrastructure was the result of a spur–of–the–moment decision.
Administration officials maintain that they are simply giving consumers who may be interested in insurance, but have not yet selected or paid for coverage, an extra two weeks to complete the arduous enrollment process. They add that this extension is only available to those who have begun the process of enrollment by March 31.
How do administrators verify that a prospective enrollee is eligible for this grace period? They don’t."
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