Feds conditionally OK 6 states for health exchange enrollment

12/11/2012 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Six states have conditional approval to start enrolling residents in their health insurance exchanges in October, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. The states are Colorado, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, Oregon and Washington, which all have Democratic governors. Eight additional states have said they will operate their own exchanges, while 22 are ceding that responsibility to the federal government. The remaining states must announce their decisions regarding the exchanges by Friday.

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