States Fighting National Healthcare

In 2005 state legislature killed the 2005 Real ID Act, so we have seen that activists and state legislators are focusing their efforts on federal governments Health Care reform. State Legislators are looking for a way to reject any potential national health care program. We have seen this in 34 states check the website for tracking all the legislation. Arizona will vote on a proposal on the 2010 ballot which would constitutionally override any law, rule or regulation that requires individuals or employers to participate in any particular health care system. Indiana, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, and Wyoming are all moving the same ballot question. Florida, Michigan, Louisiana and Georgia announced that they were planning on introducing resolutions for State Constitutional Amendments that would allow the people of those states to effectively opt-out of any future national health care plan. There are a total of 14 states that have been reported that are enacting bills or have them already to nullify national healthcare. This may have worked for the Real ID act, but this is a bigger game. This is for a bunch of marbles and everyone has to play ball or the pie can not be cut up correctly. The best part of this is if it worked how many people would move to states that are not part of the National Healthcare plan. It will be like when you could not get Coors beer east of the Mississippi it made Colorado seem like so much better place to live.

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