From the Asbury Park Press, September 27, 2012:
New Jersey is giving mixed signals on how the federal health care law will be implemented here, with Republican Gov. Chris Christie and Democratic lawmakers not in sync on setting up an insurance exchange before a federal Nov. 16 deadline.
While the Christie administration has been mum, NJPP’s Raymond Castro says that there is likely work going on behind closed doors.
“I think there is work going on,” he says. “I don’t think the administration has abandoned its planning and that work is going on behind the scenes, but you can only go so far without public input and involvement.”
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