From the Land of 10,000 Lakes to the Land of Enchantment, two more states have taken steps toward establishing their own health insurance exchanges.

Minnesota’s Democratic Governor Mark Dayton is soon expected to sign into law an HIX that passed the state legislature, while New Mexico’s Republican Governor Susana Martinez has already put pen to paper. She’s one of a small number of GOP governors, along with peers in nearby Nevada and Idaho, to approve a state-run exchange under the Affordable Care Act.

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