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Hospitals at Risk in States that Opt Out of Key Obamacare Provisioni
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December 16, 2013 11:09 PM
Nearly half of all U.S. states are rejecting a key component of the new U.S. health care reform law popularly known as "Obamacare." These states - almost all with strong Republican majorities - are citing unsustainable costs as the reason for opting out. But VOA’s Brian Padden reports that by not participating, states like South Carolina could lose billions of dollars in federal funds.

Hospitals at Risk in States that Opt Out of Key Obamacare Provision

Published December 16, 2013

Nearly half of all U.S. states are rejecting a key component of the new U.S. health care reform law popularly known as "Obamacare." These states - almost all with strong Republican majorities - are citing unsustainable costs as the reason for opting out. But VOA’s Brian Padden reports that by not participating, states like South Carolina could lose billions of dollars in federal funds.


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