Oregon's road to health coverage continues to be bumpy; the website for the state's health insurance marketplace still isn't fully open to consumers. ilbusca/iStockphoto hide caption

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As Deadline Nears, State Insurance Exchanges Still A Mixed Bag

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Even after marriage, some same-sex couple can't get family health insurance policies. Diana Lundin/iStockphoto hide caption

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Health insurance premiums in Aspen, Colo., are among the highest in the country. Andrew Wilz/AP hide caption

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Despite Big Market In Florida, Obamacare Is A Hard Sell

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Joey Cappuccitti, who works at a Maximus call center, talks with a person looking for help with New York's insurance exchange. Fred Mogul hide caption

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New York's Insurance Exchange Readies For Holiday Rush

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For Tambra Momi, who has Dercum's disease, health coverage can't come soon enough. Courtesy of Tambra Momi hide caption

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Kyle Thompson and his family are all going to have health coverage in Oregon, thanks to the state's successful effort to enroll people in Medicaid. Kristian Foden-Vencil hide caption

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Oregon Shines On Medicaid, As Texas Stalls On Sign-Ups

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Bill Clinton says President Obama should figure out a way to honor his promise that people who like their insurance can keep it. OZY via Facebook hide caption

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