(Bloomberg) -- From Maryland to Hawaii, Obamacare’s state-run enrollment operations are running into technical difficulties, creating new headaches for the White House even as the federal insurance website finds its footing.

While the U.S. site has seen volumes surge this month, online exchanges run by those two states, along with systems in Massachusetts, Oregon, Minnesota and Vermont, have struggled with technology delays and low sign-up levels. Massachusetts and Vermont have criticized the work of their lead contractor, Montreal-based CGI Group Inc. Exchanges in the other four states have each replaced their top executives in the past month.

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