President Obama's re-election did not, as some believe, bring an end to the battle over...
President Obama's re-election did not, as some believe, bring an end to the battle over Obamacare, write James Capretta and Yuval Levin in the WSJ. That's because the Administration is reliant on states for two key elements of the the reform: health-insurance exchanges and expanding Medicaid. Some GOP governors have already said "they won't do the federal government's bidding." Capretta and Levin explain why they agree.
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