So as Open Enrollment 2.0 winds down, this should come as no surprise to anyone that's been paying attention:
"A technical problem that had been interfering with sign-ups for [an ObamaPlan] has been fixed, officials say. Any consumer whose enrollment was hampered by the glitch will be provided with a special enrollment period."
Which is interesting, since the law recognizes only a few, specific situations that would trigger such an exception, and website "glitches" ain't one of them.
'Course, flouting the actual law hasn't seemed all that relevant to this crew in the first place (cf: subsidies in non-State-run exchanges).