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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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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Enroll America outreach workers talk to congregants at the Mt. Calvary Church in Jacksonville, Fla. Eric Whitney hide caption

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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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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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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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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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Alexandra Dixon is one of 350 "navigators" hired to help people sign up for health insurance in Maryland. Jenny Gold for NPR hide caption

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