Glance: Implementation of 'Obamacare' by state

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Associated Press

Posted on November 16, 2012 at 4:35 AM

Updated Friday, Nov 16 at 4:06 PM

An early look at the routes states are taking to implement President Barack Obama's health care law, along with the number of people in each state who don't have health insurance:

STATEEXCHANGE OPTIONUNINSURED RESIDENTS
AlabamaFederal exchange696,000
AlaskaFederal exchange128,000
ArizonaDecision pending1,306,000
ArkansasFederal-state partnership545,000
CaliforniaState exchange7,471,000
ColoradoState exchange817,000
ConnecticutState exchange391,000
DelawareFederal-state partnership115,000
Washington, D.C.State exchange65,000
FloridaDecision pending3,952,000
GeorgiaFederal exchange1,992,000
HawaiiState exchange102,000
IdahoDecision pending239,000
IllinoisFederal-state partnership1,795,000
IndianaDecision pending856,000
IowaDecision pending292,000
KansasFederal exchange361,000
KentuckyState exchange727,000
LouisianaFederal exchange811,000
MaineFederal exchange146,000
MarylandState exchange734,000
MassachusettsState exchange215,000
MichiganFederal-state partnership1,336,000
MinnesotaState exchange453,000
MississippiState exchange530,000
MissouriFederal exchange780,000
MontanaDecision pending179,000
NebraskaDecision pending226,000
NevadaState exchange555,000
New HampshireFederal exchange136,000
New JerseyDecision pending1,334,000
New MexicoState exchange506,000
New YorkState exchange2,780,000
North CarolinaFederal-statepartnership1,583,000
North DakotaDecision pending74,000
OhioFederal-state partnership1,578,000
OklahomaFederal exchange597,000
OregonState exchange678,000
PennsylvaniaDecision pending1,319,000
Rhode IslandState exchange122,000
South CarolinaFederal exchange754,000
South DakotaFederal exchange108,000
TennesseeDecision pending982,000
TexasFederal exchange6,654,000
UtahDecision pending424,000
VermontState exchange61,000
VirginiaFederal exchange1,023,000
WashingtonState exchange812,000
West VirginiaDecision pending266,000
WisconsinFederal exchange562,000
WyomingFederal exchange84,000

Source: Associated Press Research, U.S. Health and Human Services Department and the Urban Institute.

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