7 States Receive Grants to Develop Exchanges

February 18, 2011
This should not be taken as legal or tax advice.

The federal government has awarded $241 million in grants to seven states to develop new state-based Health Insurance Exchanges.u.s. grants for health exchanges

The states receiving grants include: 
    • Kansas ($31.5 million)
    • Maryland ($6.2 million)
    • Massachusetts ($35.6 million)
    • New York ($27.4 million)
    • Oklahoma ($54.6 million)
    • Oregon ($48.1 million)
    • Wisconsin ($37.8 million)
Individuals and small employers will be eligible to use the exchanges beginning in 2014.

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