Which states have approved Long Term Care Partnership Insurance?

Which states have approved Long Term Care Partnership Insurance? Please enumerate. Thanks. Laughing

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None that I'm aware of.

I don't have the full list, but I think most states already have approved private long term care planning "partnership" policies that allow policyholders to protect substantial private assets from Medicaid  should they exhaust their private insurance benefits and need to use Medicaid.

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