Oh drat. Just checked the next page and found this. I'm sorry -- I thought all states were required to have High Risk pools
Does New Jersey offer a high-risk health insurance pool?
High-risk pool premium cap: N/A
High-risk health insurance pools are established and maintained by a state to provide health insurance for residents who, because of the existence or history of a medical condition, are unable to buy coverage on the open market and do not have other private insurance or access to an employer-sponsored group health plan. They're called "high-risk" pools because the consumers in them are considered at high risk of incurring hefty medical expenses.
In addition, most states that offer a high-risk pool impose a cap on health insurance premiums bought through the pool. The cap is a fixed percentage above the standard premium charged for individual health coverage on the open market in the state.