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    trs1960 posted:
    Anybody have any idea of the possible outcomes of the insurance exchanges? The switch is supposed to flip Oct 13 and be in full swing Jan 2014. There's a lot of ambiguous commentary, but the only facts are the dates.

    Any info would be great to talk about.

    Thanks, Tim
    bj1208 responded:
    Hey Tim -

    I know you may have researched til ur blue in the face but thought I would drop these sites on ya and see if that helps some -

    think those are bout the best ones to look at - it can make ya blue in the face trying to learn all you can. hope these help~~
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    trs1960 replied to bj1208's response:
    Thanks, and yes so far it's all platitudes with now facts!

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