Texas has opposed the Affordable Care Act from the start. There's been little movement on setting up its insurance marketplace because officials said they were waiting for the Supreme Court ruling. Local health care workers are worried that even after the ruling, the state won't set up an exchange and might even turn down the Medicaid money from the federal government.
Advocates Worry Texas Won't Expand Medicaid
Mon, July 2, 2012 8:00am
Story by Carrie Feibel
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