Only seven?
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Almost immediately after President Obama announced his questionably legal, blame-shifting “administrative fix” for the millions of Americans whose plans are being cancelled via ObamaCare’s most august auspices, a few states came out swinging against the last-minute snafu that allowing insurance companies to temporarily extend non-OCare compliant plans, and the list has grown a bit larger over the past few days (not even including that unfortunate incident in DC over the weekend). CNN tallies up:

On Tuesday, New York became the largest state to reject the proposal. Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, told reporters during a press conference that he doesn’t think the President’s fix is necessary for New York.