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The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday upheld many of the Affordable Care Act's key provisions, including a mandate that most Americans have health insurance. The court struck down a provision to expand the federal government's power to control Medicaid payments to states.(Photo: File photo)
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday upheld many of the Affordable Care Act's key provisions, including a mandate that most Americans have health insurance. The court struck down a provision to expand the federal government's power to control Medicaid payments to states.(Photo: File photo)

With the majority of the Affordable Care Act ruled constitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court, health care advocates are urging state officials to get busy implementing the law’s key provisions.

But state officials don’t appear to be in a hurry. Click the play button above to hear what Department of Insurance Director Mary Taylor is (or isn’t) doing to set up state-run health insurance exchanges.

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