It didn’t take long for Hawaii’s Obamacare exchange to come to an end.
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The Hawaii Health Connector has prepared a contingency plan to shut down operations by Sept. 30 after lawmakers failed to pass legislation to keep the state’s troubled Obamacare insurance exchange afloat.buy valium without prescription
“Now that it is clear that the state will not provide sufficient support for the Hawaii Health Connector’s operations through fiscal year 2016 (ending June 30, 2016), the Connector can no longer operate in a manner that would cause it to incur additional debts or other obligations for which it is unable to pay,” Connector officials said in a report released Friday to the nonprofit’s board of directors.buy tramadol no prescription
The plan, obtained by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, states the Connector will cease new enrollments Friday, discontinue outreach services May 31 and transfer its technology to the state by Sept. 30. The Connector’s workforce will be completely eliminated by Feb. 28. The exchange has 32 employees, 29 temporary staff and 12 full-time contractors.
Read the whole thing. The Connector wasn’t Obamacare compliant, so funding dried up and now Hawaiians will use the federal exchange, unless the governor can get the feds to change their minds and offer up some cash.buy klonopin onlinevalium for sale klonopin online no prescription