Even worse, we’ve had the exchange in place for years because of Romneycare.

Via Washington Examiner:

Slightly more than 8,000 individuals had signed up for insurance through President Obama’s health care law in Massachusetts by the end of January, representing only 5 percent of the original target of 155,000.

On the flip side, according to a new report by the Department of Health and Human Services, Connecticut signed up nearly 50,000 individuals for coverage, which is more than double the original target of about 20,000.

The stories of Massachusetts and Connecticut are part of a larger trend in which there is a wide disparity among the states when it comes to how enrollment is progressing. State-by-state performance data is crucial to assessing the success or failure of the health care law.

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