New Jersey to create its own state-based health exchange

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced plans to create a state-based health exchange for 2021, a move that would make the state one of 12 with its own exchanges.

The exchanges, or marketplaces, were established under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, as a place where people without work-based health coverages could comparison shop for health insurance.

New Jersey has been among the 28 states, including Pennsylvania, to use the federal marketplace since the program began. Other states…

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