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Marilyn Tavenner. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File)

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A second day of technological snags kept some Iowa residents from comparing prices or enrolling in a plan on Iowa’s new online health insurance marketplace Wednesday.

Denise Rathman, 47, of Des Moines said she’d tried to log in Tuesday, but the website would not allow her to create an account. On Wednesday she encountered similar problems and after more than 20 minutes of waiting gave up for a while.

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