Kliff finds evidence of Obamacare boredom:
Those who have watched other insurance expansions come and go offer two theories. One is that the coverage people signed up for is, by and large, working. And it’s a whole lot less exciting to write about things that work as they’re supposed to than things going haywire, as was the case with HealthCare.gov’s initial rollout. This is the more optimistic theory of Obamacare boredom: The law is working, thus leaving us reporters with few screw-ups to write about. … Another possibility is that the problems just haven’t cropped up quite yet.