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June 6, 2013 5:12 PM

S.C. remains in dark on value of Obamacare

Just when one has digested the abysmally stupid remark of S.C. Health and Human Services director Tony Keck, stating that people "won't become healthier by getting Medicaid cards" to excuse the state's unwillingness to extend Medicaid to hundreds of thousands of people at little or no cost to the state for several years, we read that the legislature is debating whether or not the attorney general should take health insurers to court if he "has reasonable cause to believe they are harming people by implementing the Affordable Care Act."

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