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Where the States Stand on Obamacare

Earl29 Wrote: Jan 19, 2013 5:48 PM
Health care was doint fine until government got involved.
southern tom Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 11:07 AM
...NOT really, Earl... health insurance for those who work for a living was skyrocketing due to the 50 million on welfare, and the 30 million illegal aliens who all get their health care "for free"... BUT health care in general was fixable... there was no health related reason for the government to take over industry...
The American Action Forum has put together a comprehensive map of where each state stands on some of Obamacare's key provisions: creating federally-regulated health insurance exchanges and dramatically expanding Medicaid rolls on the federal government's request. The map updates often, but here's where each state stands now:

The state that may surprise conservatives is New Mexico, where Republican Gov. Susana Martinez has acquiesced on both a health insurance exchange and on expanding Medicaid rolls. Martinez, who was considered a leading candidate for Mitt Romney's VP slot last year, became only the...