The 11 states that resisted Obamacare the most

FILE - In this June 6, 2012 file photo, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, second from left, and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch are greeted by the governor's cabinet and staff at the Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison a day after Walker won a recall election. Walker on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013 plans to announce his much-anticipated decision on whether Wisconsin will expand its Medicaid services to cover 175,000 childless adults as allowed under the federal health care overhaul law. (AP Photo/Andy Manis, File)


11 states resisting Obamacare the most

Which states are resisting Obamacare the most?Since the health care overhaul was passed in 2010, state leaders have found four major ways to resist it:• Suing to have the law declared unconstitutional,• Rejecting federal funds to expand Medicaid in their state,• Declining to set up a state health insurance exchange, and• Restricting navigators who help people sign up.Not every state has joined in each effort, however, since decisions are spread across governors, attorneys general and state lawmakers.Here's a look at …

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