ACA enrollment likely to fall short of 2015 goals

The ACA is likely to fall short in 2015, too:

Fewer than 10 million people are expected to enroll in Obamacare for 2015, the Obama administration said Monday.

That’s a significant drop from the original goal. The Congressional Budget Office had projected 13 million, but officials said they expect the ramp up to be slower than the CBO originally thought.

The revised goal is 9 to 9.9 million. It raises questions about whether Obamacare enrollment will reach projections down the road.

Signups were about a million short last year after accounting for people who received insurance through an employer, didn’t pay premiums, or married.

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