The Affordable Care Act has a new fan: Gov. LePage.
In explaining why he rejected $350 million a year from the federal government to insure 70,000 low-income workers, the governor has repeatedly said that they would be better off as a result, because they will be able to buy subsidized private insurance on the ACA marketplace, known as the exchange.
The governor’s sudden enthusiasm for the exchange is odd, because he pushed the state into a lawsuit that sought to ...

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