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States Should Be Allowed to Implement Health Reform Law Provisions

May 25, 2011

More than eight of 10 leaders in health and health care policy (82 percent) believe that states should be allowed to implement some key provisions of the Affordable Care Act early with full federal support, ahead of the timeline outlined in the law.

Such provisions include expanding Medicaid eligibility to cover more low-income families and creating insurance exchanges with premium subsidies. The findings are from a Commonwealth Fund/Modern Healthcare health care opinion survey, which asked respondents about the relative authority states and the federal government should have in implementing health care reform.

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