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January 18, 2018
The Associated Press HEALTH CARE: Allison O'Toole, second from right, speaks to the media at the new offices of Briva Health, MNsure's largest enrollment partner, in Minneapolis. Health care consumers in most of the country are encountering a world of confusion and chaos as the open enrollment period to sign up for coverage approaches. The outlook is decidedly different in the 12 states that operate their own marketplaces. California, Colorado, Minnesota and other states that operate autonomous exchanges are pulling out all the stops to inform consumers. Also shown, from left, Hodan Guled, chief executive officer of Briva Health, Minneapolis Major Betsy Hodges and at right, Emily Piper, commissioner of Minnesota Human Services.

The Associated Press HEALTH CARE: Allison O'Toole, second from right, speaks to the media at the new offices of Briva Health, MNsure's largest enrollment partner, in Minneapolis. Health care consumers in most of the country are encountering a world of confusion and chaos as the open enrollment period to sign up for coverage approaches. The outlook is decidedly different in the 12 states that operate their own marketplaces. California, Colorado, Minnesota and other states that operate autonomous exchanges are pulling out all the stops to inform consumers. Also shown, from left, Hodan Guled, chief executive officer of Briva Health, Minneapolis Major Betsy Hodges and at right, Emily Piper, commissioner of Minnesota Human Services.

It will be a tale of 2 countries as open enrollment begins

By KYLE POTTER The Associated Press
This article was published October 30, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The Trump administration's efforts to undermine the Affordable Care Act have health care advocates and insurers concerned that the open enrollment period will be one of chaos and confusion.

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