Nevada's health insurance exchange is facing more problems. Anyone who bought insurance on the exchange will have to re-enroll because the system that the state originally built is being closed down and will become part of the federal government's insurance exchange, healthcare.gov.
The companies that will be offering insurance in Nevada have also announced next year's rates while the federal courts are still wrangling over whether the federal exchange can provide subsidies to qualified buyers. So what is the future of the Affordable Care Act and health insurance in Nevada?
Kyle Roerink, politics reporter, Las Vegas Sun
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