Hoboken-based web developers propose Affordable Care Act website fix

Local developers of an internet shopping website believe

Local developers of an internet shopping website believe they can fix the glitch-filled Affordable Care Act website, and get it back online within a month. (October 24, 2013 10:58 PM)

Local developers of an internet shopping website believe they can fix the glitch-filled Affordable Care Act website, and get it back online within a month.

Andrew Jensen, founder of Mallstand.com, says he believes searches and usage on healthcare.gov are not set up correctly, among a number of other problems. And he says he'll do it for free.

"If I went to a website that wasn't...

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