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Saturday Dec 20 Full story: WBOC-TV Salisbury

ANNAPOLIS , Md.- About 80,000 people have signed up for private health insurance through Maryland's revamped, online exchange since Nov. 15, nearly equaling in about four weeks the number who enrolled in the program's troubled first year, state officials said Friday. Gov. Martin O'Malley credited the rebuilt website and an outreach effort featuring 22 in-person "enrollment fairs" - four times more than last year - to teach people how to use the exchange.

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