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The Clock Runs Out

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In the last week, the administration counted more than 8.7 million visits to HealthCare.gov, including more than two million over the weekend. The telephone call center took more than 2.5 phone calls in the last week, compared with 2.4 million in all of February.

In a television interview with KWTV in Oklahoma, Kathleen Sebelius, the secretary of health and human services, said reports from insurers indicated that “somewhere between 80, 85, some say as high as 90 percent, have paid so far.”

In a discussion on MSNBC’s Now with Alex Wagner Tuesday afternoon, California state Senate candidate Sandra Fluke said companies could try to avoid paying for such things as HIV treatments “and, beyond that, to the level of what other laws could a corporation say, ‘We don’t need to comply with that because our owners have a personal objection.’ We’ve seen owners of corporations object to a whole list of nondiscrimination laws … [protecting the] LGBTQ community [and] the civil rights movement in the past. …”http://www.dallasvoice.com/lgbt-officials-worry-supreme-court-rule-favor-corporations-religious-exemption-cases-10170036.html