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Poll: Will Healthcare.gov Glitches Be Fixed by December 1st?

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Will the hitches and glitches with healthcare.gov be fixed by December 1st? What are the chances? Keep in mind it was exactly one month ago today on October 1st that the website debuted. (Our partner CNBC is reporting that just six people were able to sign up for coverage that first day.) Vote your thoughts in the daily Hot Stock Minute poll, but first watch show host Lauren Lyster ask Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Aaron Task about the matter. The pair also talk about athlete IPOs and the launch of the new iPad.

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