Less than a week remains for Americans to sign up for health insurance, but the White House now says that it will extend open enrollment for people who were stopped by technical problems with the federal exchange. The original deadline was Monday, March 31. Federal officials say anyone who's begun an application on HealthCare.gov but doesn’t finish by the deadline will have until mid-April to complete the process. This change applies to the federal exchanges, although some state-run insurance exchanges in states like Maryland, Minnesota, and Nevada have taken similar steps.
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