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Sandra Robinson to lead D.C. exchange program

An 1818 map of the District of Columbia (Image courtesy of the Bryn Mawr College cities department)
An 1818 map of the District of Columbia (Image courtesy of the Bryn Mawr College cities department)

The government of the District of Columbia has picked Sandra Robinson -- an executive with procurement and community health program experience -- to be the interim director of the D.C. Health Benefit Exchange Authority.

The D.C. exchange authority is trying to merge the district's individual and small group markets and to require all small businesses in the district to buy health coverage through a district-run health insurance exchange.

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