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March 11, 2014 6:00 PM

Obamacare sign-ups continue to rise, but they probably won’t meet goal

The Department of Health and Human Services had hoped 94,400 people in Missouri would have signed up for health insurance by Feb. 28. It reported that 74,469, or 78.9 percent of its goal, actually did. The department had set a goal of 42,400 sign-ups in Kansas, but 29,309, or 69.1 percent, did so.

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