(Fox News) New concerns are being raised about so-called ObamaCare “navigators” following a string of reports about the questionable backgrounds of those selected to guide Americans through what is shaping up to be a rocky roll-out of the health care law.

The concerns come on top of the drama over the HealthCare.gov site itself, which is the main federal hub for would-be participants and has been riddled with technical problems. The “navigators” are outreach workers, funded by federal taxpayer dollars, who are supposed to help people sign up for coverage.

The Daily Caller reported earlier this week that one “enrollment assister” in Lawrence, Kan., had an outstanding warrant for her arrest as well as a troubled financial history.

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