Oregon’s health insurance exchange, plagued by computer flaws after federal taxpayers spent $303 million to build it, may be closed and the state’s customers shifted to the U.S. Obamacare marketplace.

Directors for the exchange, Cover Oregon, are scheduled to meet Friday to consider a recommendation that the state join the federal exchange, Healthcare.gov. Cover Oregon’s website never recovered from its technology woes, forcing thousands of state residents to apply for health plans using paper applications.

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