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Topic - Charlotte Kaufman
The Obama administration has said there is plenty of time to cure what ails the Obamacare portals because open enrollment lasts until March 31. But patience is wearing thin among some.
Despite her ordeal, she said she plans to try again, showing the type of resilience the Obama administration is banking on as it reels from nationwide reports of long waiting times and glitches on websites that were supposed to be up and running Oct. 1, ready to deliver a one-stop shop for health care coverage.
"It wasn't the end of the world to me," she said. "But I can imagine for someone in a different situation, that could be super-frustrating and really scary."