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Mixed Reports on New York State Health Exchange
The New York Times; subscription may be required Link to more items from this source
Jan. 14, 2014
"New York has been one of the most successful states in signing up people for new insurance plans under the [ACA] and, as of Dec. 24, the deadline for enrollment for coverage beginning New Year's Day, 230,624 had enrolled. As of [January 12], that number was 294,000. (People who sign up by the 15th of a month can get coverage the next month.) About 30 percent of the people who enrolled in private plans in New York are under 35 years old ... Nationally, only 24 percent were under 35[.]"

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