State MarketPlace information
ObamaCare MarketPlace by state
Beginning October of 2013, consumers can apply and enroll in coverage through the Marketplaces in every state and the District of Columbia. Some states will establish their own Marketplaces, known as State-based Marketplaces. If a state chooses not to establish its own Marketplace, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will either establish a Federally-facilitated Marketplace in that state, or will operate the Marketplace in partnership with the state. (These are called State Partnership Marketplaces, and they are one type of Federally-facilitated Marketplace.)
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