Florida Gov. Rick Scott says no to health care law
By Chris Moody, Yahoo! News | The Ticket
Speaking on the New College of Florida campus following a meeting of the state's university governing board, Scott said it will cost taxpayers and business owners too much to expand Medicaid and set up health insurance exchanges as called for under the law.
"No one has been able to show me that that health care exchange is going to do anything rather than raise taxes, raise the cost of our companies to do business," Scott said, adding that expanding Medicaid would also require tax increases.
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Florida is not very cooperative; they haven't called a winner in the elections and now this
Rick Scott is a crook. It's not our fault. There are too many people from up north who moved down here and got into our government.
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