Skip to comments.Federal health care law could cost Nevada $574 million, officials say
Posted on 03/30/2012 4:26:26 PM PDT by redreno
CARSON CITY President Barack Obamas health care law, now under review by the U.S. Supreme Court, could cost Nevada an additional $574 million from 2014 to 2019 to cover new recipients, state officials said. Officials estimate 120,000 to 150,000 people could become eligible for Nevadas Medicaid coverage, whose cost shared by the federal and state governments.
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That’s more than Nevada’s entire statewide budget deficit.
Boy, It’s great that you folks have such a great senator taking care of you.
If however, the left can have that bill upheld it will demoralize much of the country and envigorate the left. The White House needs for the bill to survive...things like gas prices won't matter if they can keep it alive. I look for thyem to pull out every stop they have to get it upheld.
Well, come on now ...illegals NEED to be taken care of! Prostitutes, too!
the supreme court makes a decision today, but won’t release the results til June 2012, which gives them a long time to change their minds.
Thats true...Justice Kennedy is already nicknamed "Flipper" for changing his mind before.
[ I have a hard time believing that the Supreme Court of the United States is going to strike down 0bamacare. ]
Me too... I’m watching Bush’s selections for Supremes..
Alito and Roberts may have Bush’s tendency to turn democrat..
Bush turned worse than squishy in his second term..
I suspected then and now that they were installed as “ringers” exactly for a time such as this..
Installed to decimate the Constitution.. at Court level..
Obamacare is on its face un-Constitutional.. on several fronts..
Damn I hope I’m wrong.. but I would NOT be surprised if the Supremes allowed Obamacare..
With ONLY 3 negative votes..
Thats more than Nevadas entire statewide budget deficit.
That’s ok. Reid, Bernanke, and Geithner will make sure Uncle Sugar has their back!
I wonder what it will do to California?
I do not see a problem here. The revenue from that new high-speed choo-choo will more than pay for it.
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