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A screenshot of the HealthCare.gov homepage HealthCare.gov managers say their program has about 58,000 agents, brokers and assisters. (Image: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)

HealthCare.gov managers seem to be trying to convey the idea that they still want to work with agents and brokers.

Officials at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) mention producers in a fact sheet they developed to explain a new three-month HealthCare.gov state special enrollment period that starts Feb. 15.

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