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reply to post by guohua
This closure, like others, is not a result of the ACA but, rather, of Kansas' refusal to accept Medicaid expansion. The Republicans in Kansas refused to accept thefederal dollars that would have directly benefitted hospitals like this one. This can be laid directly at the feet of Gov. Brownback, an unrepenitant birther and Obama hater. For him and the legislature that blindly follows him, hurting Obamacare is more important than the lives of people who relied on that hospital.See, www.advisory.com...
OK, So you're going to set there and type out how some Governor's that didn't Bend Over and Support A C A then were Denied Federal Dollars From Our Taxes,,, those taxes that Rightfully belong to Who?ould have helped keep that hospital open.
People that are Qualified to receive Medicaid Benefits.
Sounds more to me, like this Administration is Black Mailing States for Not Following The Path!
You believe this to be Right?
You believe this to be the Republicans Faults?
Jason Sutton, health policy analyst at the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs, praised the Sunflower State’s decision. In an interview, Sutton said, “Governor Brownback’s decision to return these funds that require states to set up an ObamaCare-compliant exchange is terrific news, but not surprising.
With Oklahoma, Kansas has rejected the “early innovator” grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The grants were first announced in February for early implementation of portions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), including the health exchange.