I know it if difficult for you to accept facts. the government was going to renew funding but then they tied it to expanding Medicaid which the SCOTUS ruled unconstitutional
From 2014 to 2017, the federal government will pay for 100% of the difference between a state's current Medicaid eligibility level and the ACA minimum. Federal contributions to the expansion will drop to 95% in 2017 and remain at 90% after 2020, according to the ACA.
why did you ignore it or do you not understand what this means?
You evidently don't know what an ad hominem is. you are doing nothing but spouting talking points which have already been disproven.Do you always resort to ad hominems?
citing liberal biased sites that do the same thing are not arguments.
still waiting on my 2500 savings per year.
ol yea that was a lie as well.
to say it is working is laughable.
Obamacare sends health premiums skyrocketing by as much as 78 percent - Washington Times
yea that is what you call success. maybe in hope and change land.
HHS is under no obligation to continue waiving federal law so that Florida can pay for the medical expenses of that population. If they want to continue to do so and make sure their hospitals can continue to keep their doors open, they can do it in under the option now available in federal law: the ACA's Medicaid expansion. No more waivers for Florida.
Florida to sue over Obamacare Medicaid expansion - Marc Caputo and Rachana Pradhan - POLITICO
Florida’s Republican Senate president, Andy Gardiner, sides with CMS. “The federal government has no obligation to provide LIP funding, or to work within our timeframe,” Gardiner said in a written statement.
Scott’s administration said it discussed multiple LIP models with federal officials, but it never officially submitted a plan amid the talks.
Read more: Florida to sue over Obamacare Medicaid expansion - Marc Caputo and Rachana Pradhan - POLITICO