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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Sharon P. Clark
President Obama's announcement last week that he would let states decide whether to let companies continue to offer plans that flout his own health care law has put state officials back on the hot seat.
Kentucky's insurance commissioner, Sharon P. Clark, said Monday that she doesn't fear tumult in her state's individual market over Mr. Obama's plan, even though her state also boasts a high-performing exchange.
She said other states might be having difficulties "because they might not have had the allowance for early renewal."