(Carson City, NV)  —  Nevada is getting a $4-million federal grant to help uninsured people shop for health insurance.  The state Division of Health Care Finance and Policy says the money will help create an insurance exchange that will list types and prices of private policies, as required by the new federal Affordable Care Act.  Nevada is one of 26 states that have filed a lawsuit challenging the new law.  The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule on the challenge as early as 2012.

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  1. Tom S says:

    Oh good, the rocket ship from Mars carrying the gold bullion must have arrived. Now we can continue to spend money.

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