BALTIMORE (AP) - Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown says Maryland's health care exchange "is not serving the people of Maryland" now, but he says it's still an evolving process.
Brown spoke about computer problems that have bedeviled the exchange website since it opened on Oct. 1.
He described it as "a real big mess" on opening day and problems have persisted. Last week, the director of the exchange resigned.
Brown, who is running for governor, took the lead on implementing health care reform in Maryland. His opponents have pounced on the problems and criticized his leadership.
Brown says that the state is getting better at identifying problems every day.
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