Gina Macaluso, an employee of Covered California, the state's new health care exchange, provides health insurance at the newly opened call center in Rancho Cordova, Calif., Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013. California residents can call one of the state's three health exchange call centers to get information about purchasing health care insurance under the new health care law. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
As Obamacare enrollment starts, how do you sign-up?
The new system has set up something called the health insurance marketplace, where you fill out an application and see all the health plans available in your area.
About 20 states are running their own marketplaces, while the federal government is running the others.
You can apply to a marketplace one of three ways–online, by mail, on in-person.
To find the marketplace for your state, go here.
To get help applying, go here.
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