Two final decisions by states on health insurance exchanges show that support for one-stop shopping for health insurance remains bitterly divided over partisan lines.

Minnesota in recent days enacted legislation to build its exchange after control of the legislature switched from Republicans to Democrats in late 2012. GOP lawmakers previously rejected building an exchange either solely by the state or in partnership with the federal government. The new approval for a partnership exchange means the state will have more flexibility in exchange policies, rather than having a totally federal built and run exchange.

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