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US States Health Insurance Exchanges

November 17, 2012 by  

US States Health Insurance Exchanges, Ohio won’t set up its own health insurance exchange but is instead opting for a partnership with the federal government to run the new online market under President Barack Obama’s health care law. Republican Gov. John Kasich wrote in a letter Friday to the Obama administration that setting up a state-based exchange is too costly and states have little control over how to operate exchanges.

“Regardless of who runs an exchange, the end product is the same,” he said. Kasich’s administration has indicated for months that Ohio was leaning toward a federally facilitated exchange. State officials have noted their continued misgivings about the health care law, including what they say has been a lack of information from the federal government.

Ohio had been among the 26 states that had challenged the law, which the U.S. Supreme Court upheld this summer. And the state’s voters overwhelming snubbed the overhaul’s mandated coverage in a largely symbolic referendum last year.

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