If New Jersey Fails To Create Healthcare Exchange by 2014, The U.S. May Do It For Us

Concern growing over deadlines for health- care exchanges – The Washington Post.

This could affect what people pay for healthcare and what businesses pay for the healthcare policies of their employees which in turn could affect employment, economic activity, state revenue; in short: Everything.

I have stated numerous times that, if elected governor of New Jersey in 2013, we will create a healthcare exchange with a powerful public option in it. Affordable healthcare available to all is one of the principal barometers  that measure quality of life. Quality of life is one of the factors which attract corporations to invest in a region.