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Even though the country has had a year of the Affordable Care Act under its belt already, the next open enrollment period is already looking like it’s going to turn out a lot like last year’s. Thursday, the powerful House Oversight Committee under Rep. Darrell Issa will hold a hearing looking at the growing disaster of Obamacare exchanges, which are still facing the same problems they were last year, despite the House leadership’s warnings.
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