One of the positive aspects of Thursday’s Supreme Court ruling on ObamaCare was the provision that states are not mandated to expand their Medicaid programs.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott is not wasting any time in making it clear that he plans to not comply with ObamaCare and not expand his state’s Medicaid program.
— Riley (@riley1999) June 30, 2012
"Florida is not going to implement Obamacare." -Rick Scott. That's my Governor!
— Mr. America (@EricBandazewski) June 30, 2012
It will be interesting to see how states deal with the option not to expand.
Indy Gov Mitch Daniels to Charlie Rose says states have big decision on medicaid after scotus health care decision #aspenideas
— Andrea Mitchell (@mitchellreports) June 30, 2012
How to achieve #fullrepeal: 2) Stop your state from opting in to the ObamaCare Medicaid expansion.
— Dean Clancy (@DeanClancy) June 30, 2012
— Senator Phil Berger (@SenatorBerger) June 30, 2012
The Medicaid win is actually a very big deal for states, and very surprising.
— Ben Domenech (@bdomenech) June 28, 2012
ObamaCare, Medicaid & Social Security aren’t taxes. These are fines put on working Americans for simply trying to provide for themselves.
— (R)eal Black Courage (@imcrews) June 30, 2012