In less than two weeks, Obamacare's health insurance exchanges will be open for enrollment. Three months after that, the law's major coverage provisions officially go into effect. It's the biggest expansion of the entitlement state in decades, and a massive bureaucratic undertaking. Even the law's biggest supporters don't expect it to go off without a hitch: President Obama warned earlier this year that the law will likely come with some "glitches and bumps."
Senior Editor Peter Suderman lists eight things that could go awry with the law when it opens for business.