(Reason) -- It's been a no good, very bad month for the Affordable Care Act.
One of the nation's top insurance companies has threatened to pull out of the government-run health insurance exchanges, while others are raising rates by double-digits after realizing that people signing up for insurance tend to be older and sicker than originally hoped.
On top of that, enrollment projections are way off.
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But perhaps the biggest immediate crisis facing the Obama administration's signature health reform measure is the utter collapse of many of the so-called cooperatives that were set up by states as part of the 2010 law.