Here’s what is going to happen: Sign-ups are going to accelerate before the deadline. There will be some bumps. People might not initially get the coverage they think they’ve signed up for. Or they might be upset about narrow doctor networks. Or, in some cases, they might have to pay more for the same coverage they had before. These are all problems—some of them by design—but they aren’t existential problems. There just isn’t a lot of evidence that Obamacare is already doomed.
That said, here are five more reasons not to freak out if the administration doesn’t hit its target for sign-ups or young invincibles.
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