- Associated Press - Saturday, February 8, 2014

The federal government operates the health insurance exchanges in 36 states but is financially supporting those being operated by 14 states and the District of Columbia. Those marketplaces are supposed to be self-sustaining by next January under the federal Affordable Care Act. Exchange officials in some states say they are on track for self-sufficiency, while lawmakers elsewhere are questioning the solvency of their states’ exchanges. The amount of federal grant money received to date for all the state-run exchanges is nearly $3.8 billion. The breakdown by state:

State Federal grant money received to date
California $1 billion
Colorado $177.6 million
Connecticut $164.4 million
District of Columbia $133.6 million
Hawaii $204 million
Kentucky $254 million
Maryland $182.2 million
Massachusetts $149.7 million
Minnesota $155 million
Nevada $90.7 million
New York $429 million
Oregon $305 million
Rhode Island $111.5 million
Vermont $203.7 million
Washington $236.4 million

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