Legislature Doesn’t Act To Expand Health Exchange Board

Last week, lawmakers didn’t act on a proposal to expand membership on a board that will help shape the future of healthcare in the state.  WNPR’s Jeff Cohen explains.

Here’s the story.


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  1. peter brush

    You know there’s been way too much hopey change when you find yourself wishing you were to live in New Jersey, or at least living under a New Jersey government. pb
    But Christie’s veto message noted the “uncertainty” surrounding the Affordable Care Act, particularly because the U.S. Supreme Court is set to rule on its legality in June.

    “While I appreciate the Legislature’s attempt to find steady policy footing in these shifting legal sands, I am concerned that a hastily created exchange in New Jersey will impose unnecessary obligations upon the state’s citizens,” Christie wrote in his veto message. http://www.philly.com/philly/news/new_jersey/20120511_Christie_vetoes_key_element_of_Obamacare.html

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