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Oregon has experienced a few troubles with the opening of its healthcare exchange. Namely, nobody has been able to sign up.

Just a small issue.

Today, however, more details have emerged that paint an even bleaker picture of the healthcare exchange in the Beaver State. Reuters reports:

Unlike most other states, Oregon set an ambitious course to make its insurance exchange, dubbed Cover Oregon, an “all-in-one” website for every individual seeking health coverage, including those who are eligible for Medicaid.

But instead of serving as a national model, Oregon’s experience has emerged as a cautionary tale, inviting comparisons to technical glitches that have plagued other state-run portals and the federal government’s website for those states lacking exchanges of their own.

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