The United States Supreme Court today sided with the Obama administration and upheld a key provision of the Affordable Care Act. In a 6-3 ruling the justices decided that insurance subsidies created by Obamacare can be offered in both state and federal health care exchanges. Here to help us understand the implications of the decision are Bruce Japsen, contributing health care writer and blogger at Forbes Magazine, and Anthony LoSasso, health policy professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Of the 50 states, 14 have state-based health insurance marketplaces, three are federally-supported, seven have state-partnership marketplaces, and 27 are federally-facilitated marketplaces. View a map of health insurance marketplaces across the country. Hover over each state to learn how its marketplace is run.