Minnesota lawmakers have begun the debate about a key part of the health care reform bill — the health care exchange. Gov. Dayton has said the state would be unable to create an exchange without legislative approval and he's running into strong opposition from the Republican-controlled legislature.
Is this the norm or are other states faring better with the federally-mandated exchange? And what are the arguments for and against the health insurance exchanges?
Julie Appleby, Senior Correspondent for Kaiser Health News
Professor John McDonough, Director of the Center for Public Health Leadership at the Harvard School of Public Health and author of Inside National Health Care Reform
John Hoff, Secretary for the Galen Institute