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One person who got a letter canceling his health insurance was Rep. Cory Gardner, R-Colo. He holds up the letter during a congressional hearing Wednesday on insurance problems. He says his family chose to buy private insurance rather than use the congressional plan. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Notices Canceling Health Insurance Leave Many On Edge

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Jon Stewart, shown here interviewing President Obama on The Daily Show in October 2012, has been lampooning the problems with the Affordable Care Act website in recent episodes. Brad Barket/PictureGroup hide caption

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Medicinal Laughs: Could 'Daily Show' Sour Millennials On ACA?

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Marilyn Tavenner was the first Obama administration official to testify before Congress about the troubled launch of HealthCare.gov. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Insurance Cancellations Elbow Out Website Woes At Health Hearing

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Sen. Mark Begich of Alaska is one of five Democrats in the Senate calling for a delay in the enrollment deadline for the Affordable Care Act. He says consumers shouldn't be punished for the technical problems that have plagued the health law's website. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Health Site Glitches Have At-Risk Democrats Favoring Delay

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Patrick Lamanske, of Champaign, Ill., works with Amanda Ziemnisky (right), of the Champaign Urbana Public Health District, to try to sign up his wife, Ping, for health coverage through the Affordable Care Act on Oct. 1. David Mercer/AP hide caption

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Why Postponing Insurance Mandate Is No Easy Fix For Obamacare

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Dona Ana County Clerk Lynn Ellins talks with Thom Hinks and Richard Sunman (far right) after they obtained a marriage license at the Dona Ana County Clerk's Office in Las Cruces, N.M. In August, Ellins' office began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Juan Carlos Llorca/AP hide caption

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How A County Clerk Ignited The Gay Marriage Debate In N.M.

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