More than half of U.S. states have turned up their noses at setting up their own health insurance exchanges, the Obama administration said Friday.
As the deadline for states to notify
In states that have rejected the option of running their own exchanges, doubts flourished concerning what burdens the program may ultimately impose on them.
"Despite repeated requests for information, we have not had any clear direction or answers from
The exchanges are meant to give people a way to shop for private health insurance and obtain federal subsidies to cover part of the cost. The
The federal government will set up and run exchanges in states that don't want to create their own.
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