Posted: Friday, February 15, 2013 9:39 am
The 16 freshman members of the Idaho House who are supporting Gov. “Butch” Otter’s plan for a state-designed insurance exchange can take a bow for pledging to move the issue from the ideological to the practical. Otter must welcome the support of the group of 16, since some conservative lawmakers have been dragging their heels on enacting a bill because it was a brainchild of the Obama administration.
But Idaho has little choice. We can either put together a state insurance exchange, or the feds will do it for us.
Or, use your
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