Federal government sends healthcare funds to worried states

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The federal government on Thursday announced funding to help states evaluate health insurance rates and run preventive medicine programs, just as many state officials worry they cannot afford to carry out reforms included in the massive healthcare law.

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  1. b mcclellan

    All joking aside, when has the government ever put the citizens in a win, win situation without the intentional backfire planted somewhere in the firing order ?

    The word ” If ” in the language of legislation always outweighs how, when, where, and why we should follow like sheep the What Me Worry , Alfred .E. strategy…Hack..

  2. bmclellan

    Preventative medicine sounds an awful lot like planned parenthood.
    What ?
    Where are those confounded house republicans ?

    • Almandine

      Hey Bryan –

      Wasn’t even talking programs… healthcare… unions… politics… anything.

      I’m thinking debt, pure and simple. What IS the answer?