Healthcare.gov

 

 

After midnight on Tuesday, one by one, government websites winked out. Ruled “inessential,” their number included the Library of Congress, NASA, and PandaCam.

But one turned on: Healthcare.Gov. The website, a key component of the Affordable Care Act, guides people through the process of buying health insurance. As commentators have pointed out, the site’s design is clean, humane, and conversational — and because many will use it while purchasing health insurance for their family, it may be the first website to have a non-neglible effect on public debate.

 

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