SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah's federally-run online insurance marketplace is still experiencing glitches Wednesday, the second day the website has been open to consumers.
The marketplaces are a hallmark of President Barack Obama's health overhaul, which requires most Americans to have coverage starting in January.
The websites are designed to provide individuals and small businesses a place to compare and enroll in insurance plans.
Utah has opted to let the federal government run its marketplace for individuals while the runs its existing marketplace for small businesses.
Tuesday's launch of federal marketplaces was marked by technical problems and delays around the country.
Many visitors to the marketplace, at www.healthcare.gov, were unable create an account to begin shopping because of problems with the website.
Federal officials said Tuesday they were working to fix the issues.