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Virginia will not set up state health exchange, McDonnell says

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Posted: Friday, December 14, 2012 4:43 pm

Virginia will not run its own state-based health insurance exchange, Gov. Bob McDonnell told U.S. health officials today, though he leaves the door cracked to choosing a different course.

McDonnell has said that the state would default to the federally run plan if he didn't have enough information on the alternatives of a state-run exchange or a partnership with the federal government to jointly run an exchange.

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