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Chris Moody | Leadership: Florida Gov. Rick Scott says no to Obamacare





Florida Republican Gov. Rick Scott says he will not implement the state health insurance exchanges mandated in the 2010 federal health care law despite President Barack Obama’s re-election…

Scott is one of many Republican governors who have resisted the state programs required by the law before Election Day, but he’s the first to voice continued resistance after the election.

In Congress, Republican leaders have indicated that the election results, in which the Democrats retained control of the Senate and boosted their minority in the House, would curtail efforts of repealing the law.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=651997375 Timothy Jacques

    13 other states have passed statutes or constitutional amendments (Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah, and Virginia) that bar state employees from carrying out these essential functions of an ObamaCare exchange.

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