The Obamacare website was supposed to contain a computerized method of updating a family’s “change in circumstances,” such as adding a new baby to a policy. However, the Obama administration postponed that function as it attempted to fix the many other problems with the Obamacare web site.
It’s not just having a new baby that could create bureaucratic hassles, but other life changes affecting a consumer’s taxpayer-subsidized premiums. The list includes marriage and divorce, a death in the family, a new job or a change in income, even moving to a different community.
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