Healthcare.gov is back for now anyway.
A networking problem crashed the Obamacare website Tuesday night.
The crash blocked users from logging in and submitting applications for the new health insurance exchanges.
For the 14 states and the District of Columbia that operate their own sites, service was restored on Wednesday morning.
But for the 36 states whose exchanges are run by the federal government, service didn't resume until this morning.
At issue was a Federal Data Hub, used by the state sites and the federal site, to verify the income, citizenship and eligibility of applicants.
A similar outage happened on Sunday.
Since going live on October 1st, major issues with healthcare.gov have prevented people from registering and applying for coverage.
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