Now that President Obama has won re-election, and the federal health-care overhaul seems to be here to stay, Virginia and other Republican-led states have some decisions to make.
Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell (R) said this week that he thinks Virginia should operate under a federal exchange, at least until more is known about the cost and other aspects of setting up a state-based one. You can read more about McDonnell’s decision here.
You can also read my colleague Sarah Kliff’s report on how other GOP governors are weighing their next steps.