The Department of Health and Human Services has award a new round of grants to five states and the District of Columbia as they build health insurance exchanges mandated under the Affordable Care Act.
Following grants used for exchange planning activities, Arkansas, Colorado, Kentucky, Massachusetts and Minnesota now have received one-year, Level One grants to build an exchange. The District of Columbia has received a multi-year Level Two grant to continue to expand functionalities of its exchange. To date, 49 states, the District of Columbia and four territories have received planning grants, and 34 states and D.C. are in the building process.
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