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Monday, March 31, 2014

Mea culpa open line

Posted By on Mon, Mar 31, 2014 at 5:46 PM

Hey folks, sorry for the radio silence this weekend — nearly the entire editorial staff was out of town/out of pocket. We aim to make this blog an addictive spot. Apologies for leaving y'all without your fix. 

Closing out, I leave you with this surreal take on the y axis from our friends at Fox News

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That's to scale, right? Right? Jonathan Cohn pounces.

And speaking of Obamacare enrollment, I highly recommend Charles Ornstein of ProPublica on how to evaluate the law's successes and failures as all of these numbers roll in.

The open enrollment deadline is midnight tonight. Record traffic continues, with more than 2 million visits to healthcare.gov (through 3 pm today) and more than 840,000 calls (thorough 4 pm). 

Or if you're sick of Obamacare coverage, just head over to CNN, which is leading with the breaking news on fishing equipment and dead jellyfish
 

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