As Twitchy reported, the Obama administration handed out $67 million in grant money to more than 100 groups to help them serve as Obamacare “navigators.” These navigators would help guide Americans through the new health care marketplace and “raise awareness” of Obamacare in their communities. (And, as James O’Keefe and Project Veritas documented, they would occasionally encourage applicants to commit fraud.)

Scott MacFarlane, investigative reporter for Washington, D.C.’s NBC 4, has been looking into the success of D.C. area navigators, and the numbers are not impressive.

Ouch.

That’s a lot of money for so few people, don’t you think?

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