By Sam Baker - 02/06/13 11:28 PM EST
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State by state
Florida got permission to move forward with a Medicaid managed care program.
Georgia is moving forward with a mental health bill.
Lawmakers in Georgia also want their state's "navigators" — insurance agents who work within the state's exchange — to be licensed.
The Washington Post's Sarah Kliff has the backstory on how Ohio's governor came around to the Medicaid expansion.
Republicans are coming around to the Medicaid expansion, Bloomberg notes.
The federal exchange is hoping to attract more than 250,000 agents and brokers, LifeHealthPro reports.
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