New Mexico moves ahead with health exchange

November 15, 2012 • State News

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Gov. Susana Martinez’s administration is moving ahead to establish a state-run clearinghouse to help small businesses and tens of thousands of individuals find affordable health insurance they currently lack.

A fight over the exchange, however, could break out in next year’s Legislature.

Attorney General Gary King’s office is reviewing whether new legislation is needed to implement a health insurance exchange or whether it can be done as the Republican governor plans, without a change in current law or legislative involvement.

The exchange is envisioned as an online shopping center for the uninsured to buy health coverage from a selection of plans offered by insurance companies with benefits tailored to New Mexico. It’s to be ready to Login to read more

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