This week one of the most significant part of the Affordable Care Act went online. This is an online insurance shop where people can compare and buy health insurance which suits their requirements.
Till now the online effort has seen a large number of Floridians signing up along with other US citizens across all states.
The online marketplace or health care exchange has been set up by the federal government in Florida.
Apart from Florida the Department of Health is required to establish a marketplace for more than 30 GOP-run states which were not keen on implementing the health care law on their own.
The new marketplace for the state of Florida is witnessing heavy traffic even resulting in glitches.
At this moment elected administrators are in fix, which cause a continuous shutdown over the law in healthcare services.
An assembly of moderate GOP House parts claim that the law must be defunded in light of the fact that individuals don't prefer following the law. All things considered, those cases appear to be conflicting with how the law's take off is making headway.
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