BOISE, Idaho - More than 76,000 Idahoans signed up for health insurance through Idaho's insurance exchange.
Your Health Idaho announced Monday the latest numbers released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Federal authorities set a goal of 40,000 signups but Idaho exceeded that by 36,000.
The first open enrollment period concluded at the end of March.
Your Health Idaho officials say they expect a more complete breakdown toward the end of the week of the plans selected and the ages of those signing up.
Idaho officials say they plan to keep the assessment fee at 1.5 percent of a plan's premium.
Plans sold through the federal marketplace charge a 3.5 percent assessment.
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