About 7,200 Wis. residents selected health plans
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- About 7,200 people in Wisconsin have purchased health insurance through the federal website as of Monday.
The latest figures were reported Tuesday by deputy state insurance commissioner Dan Schwartzer. That is up from less than 900 people who signed up in October, the first month that the website, or exchange, was open.
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