Which state or states do not have tp participate in Obama care>?

Which state or states do not have tp participate in Obama care>?

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Answered: Why can i not be treated out of state?

If the state is paying for your medical care, they can insist that you be cared for in the state.

Answered: In what state is sugar loaf

This is an interesting question, in a psychological/sociological sort of way. Someone says Sugarloaf and everybody thinks of something different. For me, it's in Brazil. For others it's somewhere else. Okay, it's a trivial thing, but I find it interesting. I had completely forgotten the band ...

Answered: Does the Bay State sound like the wrong name for Massachusetts? Bay state

Maybe it has nothing to do with climate and geography.

Answered: Is the "state stereotypes" video accurate?

State stereotypes (and all others for my opinion) are always wrong. When we think of Alabama, we rarely think of Huntsville NASA Flight Training Center. That will shatter most stereotypes, at the least. Look at the situation before you accurately and unemotionally. That will always reveal quite ...

Answered: Obama care under 26 dependent working part time, insurance

The part of Obamacare where you have to have coverage does not take effect until 2014.
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