The Washington Post, November 26, 2013
States, it turns out, are better at running Obamacare than the federal government that created the program. At least so far. Under the Affordable Care Act, the president's landmark health-care law, states were given the option of running their own health insurance marketplaces or having the federal government run them. Our colleagues put together the interactive below that shows that the states that went for it on their own have done better at enrolling their residents than states that are relying on the federal health insurance exchanges. In some cases, the success rates are much, much higher.