Noem: ACA Problems Bigger Than Website

Noem: ACA Problems Bigger Than Website

Complaints of cancelled insurance policies led President Obama to announce those policies could be continued for one more year.

It was all part of another round of debate over the Affordable Care Act.

Many complaints also centered on the website; healthcare.gov, and the problems it has generated.

South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem said the state may have been able to do a better job on sign up…


Noem said the problems extend well beyond a poor designed web site…


Noem says the public is just now becoming engaged and aware of the issues with the health care reform…

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