Which states will have their health care exchanges open in 2018?

Which states will have their health care exchanges open in 2018?

On Wednesday, the House of Representatives voted to pass a bill that would make states the first to open health insurance exchanges.

But there’s one problem: The legislation would only go into effect in 2019.

The House bill also includes a provision that would let states opt out of the law if they don’t like the law.

The Republican-led Senate is also considering its own version of the health care reform bill, and its likely to include similar language.

The Senate version of a bill to make the Affordable Care Act open to more states.

The legislation includes a clause that would allow states to opt out if they do not like the ACA, if it is “substantially different from the legislation” being debated in the House.

It is unclear what effect that clause could have on the House bill.

The legislation passed the House by a vote of 241-189, with only Republican members voting against it.

But the Senate was not able to pass its own bill, despite the fact that the legislation would require at least 60 votes to pass.

The bill is currently under review by the House, and a final version could be voted on by the Senate as early as Tuesday.

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