Report: State Obamacare Websites Cost $1 Billion, Paid For by Feds

Your tax money at work


HealthCare.gov, the federal Obamacare website, isn't the only website with issues following therollout of the Affordable Care Act. There are also problems in the states that set up their own websites using taxpayer dollars.

Sources tell CBS News that the 15 states that have set up their own insurance exchanges used more than $1 billion to pay for their own Obamacare websites. That huge price tag, CBS News' Jan Crawford reported on "CBS This Morning," is being paid for by the federal government—courtesy of taxpayers—and some of these websites have also struggled to get off the ground.