posted on May, 3 2013 @ 10:14 AM
reply to post by JohnPhoenix
Sure thing... It takes a bit of digging and backtracking because it was seriously downplayed almost immediately, causing MSM to kinda "miss" the
story. The letters my state and others received weren't supposed to be the feature of press releases, it would seem.
Well, they shouldn't have sent them.
But the feds will be overseeing the health care law in Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas and Wyoming after those states told HHS they couldn’t or
wouldn’t implement the new rules.
“We are enforcing because Oklahoma notified … that it has not enacted legislation to enforce or that it is otherwise not enforcing the Affordable
Care Act market reform provisions,” Gary Cohen, director of the federal Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight, wrote to the
Oklahoma Insurance Department on Friday. Officials in Missouri, Texas and Wyoming received similar letters, an agency spokeswoman
Keep in mind, the Missouri Department of Revenue has already been busted hard with their paw in the Federal cookie jar, implementing the Real ID act,
despite state law prohibiting
them from doing that very thing. It's a mess...and in that case, DHS was sending the equipment and grants through
the backdoor, apparently hoping no one would notice. Ooops... We did. Or, I should say a few
sharp eyed people
did and made a state case about it in Jefferson City not too long ago.
It seems that 10th amendment stuff is just a guideline to him. A guideline he figures he can write himself a waiver for. Ummm.. No.. It's
edit on 3-5-2013 by Wrabbit2000 because: (no reason given)