An early look at the routes states are taking to implement President Barack Obama's health care law, along with the number of people in each state who don't have health insurance:
STATE EXCHANGE OPTION UNINSURED RESIDENTS
Alabama Federal exchange 696,000
Alaska Federal exchange 128,000
Arizona Decision pending 1,306,000
Arkansas Federal-state partnership 545,000
California State exchange 7,471,000
Colorado State exchange 817,000
Connecticut State exchange 391,000
Delaware Federal-state partnership 115,000
Washington, D.C.  State exchange 65,000
Florida Decision pending 3,952,000
Georgia Federal exchange 1,992,000
Hawaii State exchange 102,000
Idaho Decision pending 239,000
Illinois Federal-state partnership 1,795,000
Indiana Decision pending 856,000
Iowa Decision pending 292,000
Kansas Federal exchange 361,000
Kentucky State exchange 727,000
Louisiana Federal exchange 811,000
Maine Federal exchange 146,000
Maryland State exchange 734,000
Massachusetts State exchange 215,000
Michigan Federal-state partnership 1,336,000
Minnesota State exchange 453,000
Mississippi State exchange 530,000
Missouri Federal exchange 780,000
Montana Decision pending 179,000
Nebraska Decision pending 226,000
Nevada State exchange 555,000
New Hampshire Federal exchange 136,000
New Jersey Decision pending 1,334,000
New Mexico State exchange 506,000
New York State exchange 2,780,000
North Carolina Federal-statepartnership 1,583,000
North Dakota Decision pending 74,000
Ohio Federal-state partnership 1,578,000
Oklahoma Federal exchange 597,000
Oregon State exchange 678,000
Pennsylvania Decision pending 1,319,000
Rhode Island State exchange 122,000
South Carolina Federal exchange 754,000
South Dakota Federal exchange 108,000
Tennessee Decision pending 982,000
Texas Federal exchange 6,654,000
Utah Decision pending 424,000
Vermont State exchange 61,000
Virginia Federal exchange 1,023,000
Washington State exchange 812,000
West Virginia Federal-state partnership 266,000
Wisconsin Federal exchange 562,000
Wyoming Federal exchange 84,000
Source: Associated Press Research, U.S. Health and Human Services Department and the Urban Institute.