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Oregon takes steps toward lawsuit over defunct health exchange website

 Wednesday, June 18, 2014

 Reuters

Oregon is taking the next step toward a possible lawsuit against the company that developed the embattled Cover Oregon website as part of the implementation of the federal healthcare program known as Obamacare, state officials said on Tuesday. The state issued what are known as civil investigative demands (CIDs) for information on Monday in the potential case against Oracle Corps, which the state paid about $134 million to create technology for the site.
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