The red state of GOP senators McConnell and Paul is a state where the roll out has gone smoothly. 56,422 have signed up for new health-care coverage.
"One reason is that the state set up its own health-insurance exchange, sidestepping the troubled federal one. Also, Gov. Steve Beshear (D) is the only Southern governor to sign on to expanded eligibility parameters for Medicaid, the federal health-insurance program for the poor." WaPo
"Hudson, a skinny 35-year-old who worked as an assistant director at the senior center and had just been released from the hospital after a blood-sugar spike.He’d never had insurance before and said his hospital bills were up to $23,000 at this point. “You’re going to qualify for a medical card,” she told Hudson.“Well, thank God,” Hudson said, laughing. “I believe I’m going to be a Democrat.” WaPo