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Tell us how Obamacare went for you

As another Obamacare deadline approaches, we want to know what your experience has been with the health insurance exchange websites used by North Dakotans and Minnesotans.

Obamacare

As another Obamacare deadline approaches, we want to know what your experience has been with the health insurance exchange websites used by North Dakotans and Minnesotans.

Has it been difficult to get the website to work? Or has it been easier than you thought? Are you happy or unhappy with your choices?

Let us know at news@gfherald.com , subject line "Obamacare." Please tell us your name, a way to contact you and what city you live in.

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