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Problems Continue with Online Health Insurance Marketplace

WASHINGTON D.C. -- The scramble continues in Washington to fix problems with the website Americans are trying to use to sign-up for health insurance.
WASHINGTON D.C. -- The scramble continues in Washington to fix problems with the website Americans are trying to use to sign-up for health insurance.

While technology experts are lending a hand to the Obama administration lawmakers are demanding to know why the website launch went so poorly.

Healthcare.gov is setup to allow Americans to shop for health insurance, but it has been plagued with problems.

Some GOP lawmakers, including Congressman Paul Ryan, are calling for Health and Human Services secretary Kathleen Sebelius to resign.

The deadline to sign-up for insurance is March 31st, but many are calling for the Obama administration to extend the open enrollment period because of so many problems with the website.

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