Final passage of legislation to build a state-based health insurance exchange in Idaho is headed to Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter’s desk for his signature.

An opponent of the Affordable Care Act, Otter pushed hard for a state exchange rather than defaulting to a federally built and operated exchange, but waited until after the November elections to make a final decision on which way to go, according to StateImpact Idaho, a joint news service of local media and National Public Radio.

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