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Wondering where you’ll shop online – or by phone or mail – for new health insurance under the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. Obamacare)? Depending on where you live, you’ll either shop at a healthcare exchange run by your state, or at the larger exchange run by the federal government.
The map below will show you where your state stands, and if you click your state, you can go straight to its respective health care exchange. States in green are operating through the federal government’s larger exchange, and states in gray are operating their own exchanges.
You can shop for health insurance at eHealthInsurance.com. If you qualify for a subsidy and live in one of the 36 states served by the federal exchange program, you can also obtain the subsidy through eHealthInsurance.