D.C. submits plan for health-benefits exchange to feds

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State health care policy has been in the national spotlight since the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act became law in early 2010. Some jurisdictions, such as the District and Maryland, started working on reforms almost immediately. Others, like Virginia, took a wait-and-see approach in light of the political controversy surrounding the reforms and the potential for its repeal if Republicans can take the White House and a majority in Congress this November.

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