(KGW-TV) Officials said about 150,000 Oregonians enrolled in individual health care plans will see their plans canceled by the end of the year because they don’t provide the minimum level of coverage required under the new health care law.

State Insurance Division spokeswoman Cheryl Martinis said Wednesday that those facing cancellations could see a break in coverage if they don’t enroll in a new plan on the state’s problem-plagued online exchange by Dec. 15.

A month in, the state has not enrolled a single person. It has received 4,260 paper applications and its website still can’t tell people what subsidies they are eligible for.

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