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Exchanges fight to attract young, healthy

Cinthia Orozco signs up for exchange coverage at a health fair in Sacramento, Calif. (AP photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
Cinthia Orozco signs up for exchange coverage at a health fair in Sacramento, Calif. (AP photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Early health insurance exchange enrollment has been lower than the Obama administration predicted, and officials in some states say those who have managed to sign up have generally been older people with medical problems.

Consumers have until Dec. 15 to sign up if they want to be covered on Jan. 1.

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