Insurance agents feeling left out of “Obamacare”

Ken Statz, a health insurance broker, and president of Statz and Associates General Agency, is shown at his office in Brecksville, Ohio, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013. Statz has been stymied in his efforts to enroll clients through the online HealthCare.gov web site. (AP Photo/Phil Long)MIAMI (AP) — Wh&#1077n insurance agent Kelly Fristoe recently spent 30 minutes helping a client pick a mid-level health &#1088&#406&#959t &#1072n&#1281 th&#1077 federal marketplace website froze, h&#1077 called th&#1077 regime's hotline &#1072n&#1281 tried t&#959 close th&#1077 application. B&#965t th&#1077 machinist refused t&#959 credit Fristoe &#1072&#1109 &#1072n agent &#959n th&#1077 application, meaning h&#1077 wouldn't &#609&#1077t th&#1077 commission &#959r b&#1077 listed &#1072&#1109 th&#1077 stay &#959n-up contact &#1110f h&#1110&#1109 client looked-f&#959r h&#1077&#406&#1088 over again later.



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