HARTFORD - Gov. Dannel Malloy says he is frustrated with the rollout of the Affordable Health Care Act.

Connecticut must decide whether it will go along with a fix proposed by President Obama that would allow people to keep plans for a year that do not fully comply with the law.

Malloy said that while Connecticut's health exchange is doing well, the federal government was "ill prepared."

Malloy also said the feds shifted their problem to states and he does not appreciate it.

The governor's comments came the same day Connecticut's insurance commissioner met with President Obama at the White House.