Gov. Steve Beshear said the law is helping Kentucky despite the GOP leader's opposition.
Health reform implementation
Rep. Mike Rogers says the site is still putting consumers' personal information at risk.
Mounting opposition among young adults is creating a new crisis for the White House.
The Obama administration acknowledged Wednesday that problems persist on the back-end of HealthCare.gov, which transmits applicants' information to insurance companies.
The administration failed to disclose the error rate for data sent to insurance companies.
The administration hasn't put an exact cost on the troubled website.
The Ga. Senate candidate sought to clarify earlier comments that received heavy criticism.
They argue the test to determine how many workers are on payroll can be confusing.
"I'm going to need you all to spread the word," Obama said.
Twenty-eight percent say they will pay a fine rather than enroll in ObamaCare.