Fourteen states have enacted "navigator suppression laws", restricting the ability of trained helpers to assist signups. The state of Missouri is being sued over such action. Oklahoma banned them and Florida does not let navigators in certain social services agencies.
State exchanges with one or two exceptions showed the rest of the US how Obamacare was supposed to function…state managed and state run. . About three-quarters of all October ObamaCare enrollees signed up via state exchanges and numbers are snow balling, often surpassing predictions.