"For the first three years, the federal government will pick up the entire cost of these new enrollees, but the state share then gradually increases until it reaches 10 percent in 2020."
Long article, and it goes into specifics on some of the states that will be hardest hit by this (TX, CA, AZ, LA). In IN, we already have a state run health system with a waiting list of over 30,000 people, so the infrastructure is there at least, even if the money is not. Since they'll have to kill that system they can transfer the resources. At least we're allowed to run in the red. I hate to imagine what our taxes would be if we were in a state that has to keep a balanced budget at all times.
Answer by grlygrlz2 at 4:17 PM on Mar. 27, 2010
Answer by Anonymous at 4:21 PM on Mar. 27, 2010
Answer by itsmesteph11 at 8:57 PM on Mar. 27, 2010