Health Reform Law Poses Quandary for States

If the Supreme Court upholds the health reform law this summer, states could be forced to a moment-of-truth situation: Do they set up a health insurance exchange, or do they let the feds come in and run theirs?

The problem is that many legislatures could be long gone by the time the Supreme Court has an answer. That leaves special sessions as their main option for sorting out the exchange question — but state lawmakers and those working with these states aren’t hopeful about the chances of calling them in the aftermath of the court’s ruling.

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Souce: Politico