GOP-Led States Start Warming up to Health Care Law

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  • WASHINGTON (AP) — From the South to the heartland, the once-solid wall of Republican resistance to President Barack Obama's health care law is cracking.

    Ahead of a federal deadline Friday for states to declare their intentions, Associated Press reporters interviewed governors and state officials around the country.

    AP found surprising openness to the overhaul in some cases, continued opposition in others — and a widespread, urgent desire for answers on key unresolved details.

    Republican-led New Mexico and Mississippi are going ahead with new state insurance markets under the law.

    Iowa and Ohio are considering partnerships with Washington.

    And Florida Gov. Rick Scott, a staunch opponent of what Republicans dismiss as "Obamacare" now says he wants to "get to yes."

    Eventually some 30 million uninsured people are expected to gain coverage through the law.

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    One thought on “GOP-Led States Start Warming up to Health Care Law

    1. There are several healthcare terms are being introduced by different leading government and non-profitable organization, therefore we have not get sufficient healthcare facilities as due to lack of proper utilization of healthcare resources and not fully allocate every single healthcare plan.

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