The girl who appeared on the homepage of Obamacare’s website became even more of a mystery when her picture was removed from the site this past week.

After launched on Oct. 1 and subsequently showed its flaws through a series of glitches, the homepage – and consequently the unknown woman’s face – was plastered all over the internet and TV news programs. Twitter soon erupted with comments about who she could be, and musings about how she felt about being the poster girl for Obamacare.

Multiple media outlets took an interest in the mystery girl and began investigating whom she might be – most notably, CNN's Jeanne Moos.

Before she could be identified, the woman in the stock photo’s image was taken down and replaced by relevant graphics.

Of course, there’s more to be concerned about regarding than the girl in the stock photo who went missing from the homepage. On Wednesday, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius emphatically apologized for the all of the problems that consumers faced while using the website. Sebelius suggested that all Americans seeking to use to apply for affordable healthcare should be able to do so by the end of November.

– Chelsea Regan

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