By Stephen Koranda, KPR
Topeka, KS – Officials in Kansas are going to continue preparing for the national health care law to take effect.
A federal court in Virginia recently ruled against the law's insurance mandate.
Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger says at this point the state needs to continue working to prepare for any changes.
"This is going to be decided way down the line and probably at the supreme court level," Praeger says. "There will be numerous appeals."
Two other federal court judges have upheld the health care law. Currently, the health insurance mandate and other major changes are scheduled to start in 2014.