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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Dan Schuyler
For several years, Obamacare provided new benefits: Children could stay on their parents' plans longer, insurance companies couldn't impose lifetime benefit caps, and seniors got extra help in buying prescription drugs. But during the past two months, some consumers have been kicked off plans.
If the issues aren't fixed, he said, a significant backlog of customers will be waiting to get into plans, and some of them may not be able to enroll by the first of the year.
Mr. Schuyler said the problems with the website feel bigger than just glitches.