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-- is chief national correspondent -- HHS quietly announced another delay in obamacare late Friday saying the sixteen state run exchanges can take people's word for word until 2015.
On whether they get affordable insurance -- employer.
Which determines whether they're eligible for the exchanges and taxpayer subsidies.
The White House were traded as another example of flexibility and we have made clear all along when it comes to working with states that we are flexible with the way that they.
Implement the affordable care this comes on top of a letter senator Orrin hatch throughout the administration.
Asking why the president is already requesting a 107%.
More than three years ago.
To pay for subsidies even before anyone's collected a single dollar.
Very low balled everything.
And I knew they were not asking for enough money to actually do this.
And so now they're coming along saying I hope we've just discover we don't have enough money they should've known that from day one I don't think most of America will be shocked that a government programs coming in over -- And critics say the increase in subsidies will be necessary because many businesses will drop coverage.
Or cut workers to part time in order to avoid the mandate pushing workers under the exchanges and pushing up the cost to taxpayers subsidies.
On FOX News Sunday critics and supporters -- you -- very different views on the effect of the one year delay in the employer mandate to.
What it's doing to keep employers from ban won't bring on any kind of employee it's it's been very damaging and I think just moving it back a year.
Is not gone to undo the and certainly that people have the vast majority of companies in this category provide health care already know continue to do so.
But I think given the potential confusion.
Postponing it not eliminating but postponing it for a year makes sense.
Even critics of the plan say the Supreme Court ruling that the federal government could not force the states to expand Medicaid to 138%.
Will push a lot more poor people on the exchanges and because -- who -- give them sizable taxpayer subsidies.
Administration thought they were -- to push -- a lot of people into Medicaid in fact half the newly insured under obamacare supposed to be and Medicaid.
But supporters argue the state should expand Medicaid because in the first three years the federal government will cover 100%.
Of the cost.
And never less than 90% after that.
So it really makes no sense from a budget standpoint.
For governor to -- now announced luckily.
We now have nine Republican governors.
Who -- said yes.
Now according to Kaiser -- 21 states have refused to expand Medicaid many fear the administration -- break it promises with six more still debating yet.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Being dangled to encourage them.
-- who keep -- of all the developments here Jim thank you.
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