Wisconsin, Ohio and Georgia joined more than 12 other states in rejecting a key provision of President Barack Obama's health care law that urges states to establish online health insurance markets. "Wisconsin taxpayers will not have meaningful control over the health care policies and services sold to Wisconsin residents," Gov. Scott Walker said. Ohio "will not run an Obamacare health exchange, but will instead leave that to the federal government to do," Gov. John Kasich said. Georgia would not set up an exchange because of "the one-size-fits-all approach and high federal burden imposed on states," Gov. Nathan Deal said.