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Of the original 23 co-ops created to stimulate competition on the exchanges, only seven are now operational. (Photo: iStock)

The Obamacare co-ops are not cooperating very well these days. The new failures among this group of cobbled together “insurers” is both leaving consumers scurrying for health coverage and, on a larger scale, raising questions about whether the state insurance exchange network can truly cultivate a competitive market.

Dan Cook


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