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Vermont governor: Our exchange will open on time

Citizens watch a recent exchange policy hearing in Newport, Vt. (AP photo/Toby Talbot)
Citizens watch a recent exchange policy hearing in Newport, Vt. (AP photo/Toby Talbot)

Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin said Wednesday that the Green Mountain State will get its health insurance exchange program running in October.

The Vermont Health Connect will be ready to serve both individuals and small employers in time to meet the deadlines given in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), Shumlin said, according to a written version of remarks Shumlin made at a worksite wellness conference.

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