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As easy as it would be to say that Gov. Jan Brewer’s Wednesday decision to reject the creation of a state-run health insurance exchange was a purely political move, she just might be correct in her assessment of the situation. ...

Federal route is sensible — Omaha World-Herald Editorial

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It’s often said that government closest to the people governs best. But not in every case.

Gov. Dave Heineman’s decision to have the federal government operate a health insurance exchange for Nebraska is one of those cases. ...

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