The post open enrollment numbers for ObamaCare, as of February 2016, are roughly: 12.7 million in the Marketplace, and roughly 20 million total between the ACA between the Marketplace, Medicaid expansion, young adults staying on their parents plan, and other coverage provisions.

Generally the increases were less impressive this year, even compared to past predictions by the CBO. Despite the downward revision by the CBO, the uninsured rate remains at an all time low under the Affordable Care Act. It may take a few extra years to get everyone covered, but the trend is one that shows: sticking points aside, ObamaCare is still working.

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Dale Beene on

I have had coverage since day one, and it has been great. I was working at the time it started and received subsidies to help with the expense. I have since had a catastrophic fall that left me a quadriplegic. I had nothing but the best of care available to me. I am now on disability and still have my coverage through Obama care. I pay $82.00 a month and have no deductibles.(Congress thinks disabled people should not be eligible for coverage on medicare until 2 years have passed.) I will not be eligible for medicare for another year, but it is still affordable. I also want to stay on it for the fact that EVERYTHING is covered. Sorry naysayers, but I have lived what you simply speculate about and I am not hating but loving my Obama care. P.S. I typed this with my thumb.