Thirteen states and the District of Columbia have received funds from the Department of Health and Human Services totaling $185 million to build state insurance exchanges to aid consumers and small businesses in comparative shopping for health care coverage.

The funds, for states now beyond the planning stage, are "Exchange Establishment" grants to start the process of building the exchanges. Three other states--Indiana, Rhode Island and Washington--received a total of $35 million in grants in May.

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