In October 2013 enrolllment for the Affordable Care Act became available. It's introduction and enrollment were plagued with unanticipated challenges.
It is one year post-enrollment apocalypse. Some are happy, some are not happy, all are confused. Despite problems, and delays almost 7 million people have enrolled. How many are still enrolled and how many have actually seen a doctor are still unanswered questions.
In addition to the delays the Los Angeles Times reports that 30,000 ACA enrollees from Octobr 2013 were never enrolled or had eligibility issues undetetced at the time of enrollment.
At a time when many taxpayers have lost faith in the IRS' ethics do we let the IRS be involved in our health care?