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People wait to enter an Affordable Care Act enrollment event sponsored by SEIU-United Healthcare Workers West and Community Coalition in Los Angeles. Healthcare.gov's second enrollment period opened Saturday. More 100,000 people applied in the first day. Michael Chavez/AP hide caption

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The second open enrollment period for buying health insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act starts Saturday. Don Ryan/AP hide caption

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HealthCare.gov Head Says Site Is Tested And 'Ready To Go'

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In this May 12, 2009, photo, Jonathan Gruber, professor of economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, participates in a Capitol Hill hearing on the overhaul of the heath care system in Washington. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Consumers can window shop on HealthCare.gov leading up to open enrollment, which starts Saturday. AP hide caption

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HealthCare.gov's Tech Improvements Mean You Can Now Window Shop

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In New Jersey in March, Dianna Lopez of the Center for Family Services (right) speaks with Betsy Cruz, of Camden, N.J., about health insurance coverage during an Affordable Care Act information session. Lori M. Nichols/South Jersey Times/Landov hide caption

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Obamacare's First Year: How'd It Go?

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Under Kevin Counihan, Connecticut's health insurance exchange used concerts and storefront offices to reach customers. Courtesy of Chion Wolf/WNPR hide caption

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