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Members and staff of Congress receive extended deadline for Obamacare

Because of some technical glitches members of congress and their staff members have been given more time to enroll for Obamacare.

They originally had until midnight Monday to sign up.
The administration officer of the House says they extended the deadline a week because the technical problems prevented some people from signing up.
   
Most House and senate members must get insurance through Obamacare.
   
While congress has a cutoff date to enroll, other Americans can sign up at any time.
   
But remember, to get coverage starting January 1st, you must sign up by December 23rd.