(WASHINGTON TIMES) — The Obama administration has revamped a government website aimed at promoting the federal health care law as part of its all-hands-on-deck campaign to get Americans enrolled in the law’s insurance markets when they debut this fall.

The site, healthcare.gov, features sleeker graphics than its prior iteration and features a “Start Now” button that takes consumers on a step-by-step guide to coverage, with questions on age, gender, location and employment, among other things.

The Department of Health and Human Services also launched a 24-hour call center for Americans who have questions about how the Affordable Care Act may affect them. It will be equipped to provide assistance in 150 languages through an interpretation and translation services, according to the agency.

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