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ome party other than HealthCare.gov submitted 2015 premium subsidy applications for about 300 people who were already dead before the applications were submitted. (Photo: Shuterstock)

HealthCare.gov managers have a problem with dead people.

Officials at the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), an agency that helps Congress keeps tabs on the executive branch of the federal government, have reported that finding in a review of HealthCare.gov application, enrollment and eligibility-verification operations for the 2015 plan year.

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