Colorado state officials are already preparing for increased state expenses tied to operating the exchange. The Colorado Senate has passed a bill allowing a fee to be charged to citizens using the exchange. The price is currently nominal, but that can certainly change.
State exchanges' costs keep rising; their alleged benefits remain uncertain at best. Fallin's decision means Oklahomans' state tax dollars won't be diverted from core government functions to prop up increasingly expensive exchanges.
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