States' Efforts To Change Health System Take On New Significance

The Washington Post: New Spotlight On State Responses To Health-Care Law
Variations in the way states have moved to implement the 2010 federal health-care law have taken on greater significance after last week's Supreme Court hearings, whose tone heightened speculation that the statute would be overturned (Aizenman, 3/31).

The Wall Street Journal: Health Exchanges Have Fans In Some States
A handful of states say they are planning to press ahead and voluntarily implement a key part of the 2010 federal health-care law even if it is wiped out by the Supreme Court (Radnofsky, 3/31).

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