(NEWSER) – Few noticed last week, but the White House just gave millions of Americans a two-year reprieve from having to buy health care—at least according to the Wall Street Journal. Buried in a seven-page bulletin, the Obama administration granted an exemption for anyone whose insurance was canceled and who says (without proof) that it was a "hardship" getting health insurance, or health-care plans were too pricey. Such an exemption from the ObamaCare mandate was only scheduled to last a year, but will now last two, the Journal explains.

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