Salon's Brian Beutler delved into that list, making a damning discovery: The committee focused on the states where the need is greatest.
These organizations are based in the following states, in alphabetical order: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Louisiana, Missouri, North Carolina, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas.Yep. They're trying to make enrollment the hardest in the states where there are the most uninsured people. Because they cannot allow Obamacare to work. Which means they are trying to refuse health insurance to people who need it the most.
Of all the states that aren’t setting up their own exchanges, these 11 states are among the 15 with the highest uninsured populations, according to Census data compiled by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Those 15, in order, are Texas, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Michigan, Arizona, Virginia, Louisiana, South Carolina, Tennessee, Missouri, and Indiana.