Ohio and the Federally Facilitated Exchange –Not a Disaster for Ohio Consumers, But Not the Best We Can Hope For

On November 16, the Kasich administration released a letter they sent to the federal government stating that Ohio was declining to set up its own Health Exchange, but rather it would let  the federal government operate Ohio’s Exchange.

Consumer Advocates Push For Active Health Insurance Exchange

 Health care advocates said failure to implement a key provision of the new federal health care law in Ohio would be a waste of taxpayer resources.

 During a news conference Thursday, Ohio Consumers for Health Coverage urged the Kasich Administration and GOP lawmakers to develop a health insurance exchange, or online marketplace designed to help consumers shop for plans and link them with public subsidies for coverage.

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