Hal Heiner, right, was the only candidate who didn't want to immediately discard Kynect, the state insurance health exchange.
Hal Heiner, right, was the only candidate who didn't want to immediately discard Kynect, the state insurance health exchange. Herald-Leader
Hal Heiner, right, was the only candidate who didn't want to immediately discard Kynect, the state insurance health exchange. Herald-Leader

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