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September 25, 2013 4:30 PM

Computer glitch delays Obamacare insurance exchange in D.C.

In an unexpected setback, officials at the District of Columbia’s health insurance marketplace announced Wednesday that a computer glitch won’t allow consumers to get their federal tax credits that are key to helping them buy health coverage on Oct. 1 when the marketplace officially opens for business.

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