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States have until next week to tell the federal government whether they’re going to run their own health insurance marketplaces, called exchanges. But they got a little break late Friday — if they do run their own exchanges, they’ll have until Dec. 14 to submit their plans to the federal government.

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States got a last-minute extension late Thursday of a deadline to decide whether they’ll build their own health insurance marketplaces, or let the federal government do it for them. Republican governors had been complaining about the Nov. 16 deadline, which is now Dec. 14.

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If you’re someone who worries about how first responders and hospitals in your town would perform after a hurricane like Sandy, a Joplin tornado, an anthrax mailing, an outbreak of bird flu or other health threat, a new study has some pointers: stay away from Kansas and Montana.

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Thousands of people with serious medical problems are in danger of losing coverage under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul because of cost overruns, state officials say.

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Question by c_chavez17: How can the United States impose universal health care service such as those from Canada?
With the recent health care reform being discussed in Congress today, how can we here in the US have a health care service such as that of Canada or other countries where health care is very affordable?

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Answer by doinou
That would be a dump set back. Why would we want to do that? You obviously have no knowledge of their system. The come to the US for serious care. Where do we go?

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Question by ☼Solar☼: 27 States challenging the constitutionality of health care law in court?
The following states are challenging the constitutionality of the health care law in federal court: Florida, South Carolina, Nebraska, Texas, Utah, Louisiana, Alabama, Colorado, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Washington, Idaho, South Dakota, Indiana, North Dakota, Mississippi, Nevada, Arizona, Georgia, Alaska, Ohio, Wisconsin, Maine, Iowa, Wyoming, Kansas and Virginia.

http://american-conservativevalues.com/blog/27-states-challenging-constitutionality-health-care-law-court.html

How much resources from the local state will taxpayers pay to the lawyers and win or lose; could the monies do better with other local projects?

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Answer by wrfine
NOPE….

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States with a heavier dose of firearm laws tend to have the lowest rates of gun deaths, according to a new study by researchers who argue their findings show “there is a role” in America for more rigid gun-control legislation.

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