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Well it's a great showdown over this health care law -- seats across the country hours away from saying yea or -- if they'll set up these health care exchanges the law requires.
To Texas governor Rick Perry is already decided what's that decision -- Well we've said all along that we weren't in arrested in putting more people on the Titanic and that's exactly what you would be doing -- expansion of of Medicaid.
And the health care exchanges you know same answer on that -- were not arrested and being.
Brought into a system that frankly nobody knows how they would work.
And so having Washington DC make the calls for the -- -- Not good policy not good politics so the answer to this administration on expanding Medicaid and the exchanges.
Is a very emphatic no.
And others are beginning to follow governor Nikki Haley in South Carolina Nebraska as governor others.
It expected to do the same then what then what does this mean.
Well the states have always then where this should have been.
Focus to begin -- -- -- -- we're going to be the ones that have to -- deliver these programs and you can't make this one size fits all this goes back to a conversation that we've had for.
Literally years -- Washington DC where we've asked for waivers to be ever.
To run our programs better to deliver better health care more accessible more affordable health care.
And and Washington -- too often says no -- that mentality of that you know they know what's best.
And the fact is they don't know what's best.
So we're gonna continue to push back on Washington DC and regardless of The Who the administration is if they think they can do health care.
Better then the governors of the states they are sadly mistaken.
So -- obviously you have a legal team they've told you you are within your legal rights.
To challenge this.
Absolutely I mean we've been you know we we've sued the federal government on a regular basis unfortunately whether it was.
They EPA on the Clean Air Act and whether it's been.
Issues of of health care and what have you the voter ID again makes all the sense in the world to most.
People in the state of Texas that you show a photo ID before you go vote and the federal government and the Justice Department is is suing us over that so.
You know we're not afraid to -- sue the federal government them -- not afraid to stand up for our sovereign rights.
The tenth amendment means something in the constitution.
And Texans believe -- it quite strongly.
Even a run for president again.
I have no idea I got a legislative session in front of me that's substantially more important then -- what's going to be haven't and three and four years down the road.
Let me know that changes.
Governance was -- that you've sort of perfect golf.
-- Formula One and Austin, Texas there's still good news in this country and taxes is the epicenter of certain -- today.
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