The Boston Business Journal reports the state has given up on the company that said it could build us a world-class health-insurance site to replace the one that was working perfectly fine before Obamacare, only it couldn't.
Ed. note: We remain in Health Connector limbo: We recently got three separate letters (one for each member of the family) from one of the state agencies involved in health insurance stating that we have free "temporary" insurance, but meanwhile, we're still paying premiums to the other state agency involved, which says it's still covering us - and which keeps sending us bills for $0 each month (to which I reply by paying our old monthly premiums). The first agency proves impossible to reach on the phone (well, technically, they're very easy to reach on the phone, but every time I try to navigate their phone tree, I ultimately get a recording that my call cannot be completed), the second agency says it doesn't know why the first issued us temporary insurance and, based on how angry the customer rep started getting when I asked her what I should do about it, doesn't much care. In the meantime, our actual insurer is still covering our medical bills, so I guess we are actually covered.