A glimpse of government ran healthcare, obamacare, has presented itself just a few days ago.
Government dictates to states how to fund healthcare or takes funding away shutting down clinics, access to doctors and medicine.
Texas states the funding will be replaced but how many businesses will do the same. Not many in truth and actuality. Business operates on the principal of profit. Profit being guzzled by healthcare and government socialist programs dictating unrealistic demands will close many businesses.
Who would work for miniscule profit to support obamacare, the answer is all around and that answer is close the doors. No jobs, no heath care and giant government debt. That’s obamacare. Just a glimpse of coming socialist obamaism.
Change, well here it is thanks to the illegal alien American hating lying racist muslim in the white house.
Oh, oh maybe his uncle in the U.S. Army or his aunt, the illegal alien living in upscale comfort completely paid for by tax payers will save the day.
A federal court in Texas ruled to stop a new law on Monday that excluded Planned Parenthood from the Texas Women's Health Program, which serves about 130,000 low-income women in the state. U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel ruled that the law was unconstitutional because it bars eight Planned Parenthood clinics that don't provide abortions from participating in the program based on their affiliation with legally and financially separate entities that offer abortions.
Yeakel also cited the fact that the Department of Health and Human Services cut off all Medicaid funding for family planning to Texas because of the new law, which could jeopardize the entire program.
"The court is particularly influenced by the potential for immediate loss of access to necessary medical services by several thousand Texas women," Yeakel wrote in his ruling. "The record before the court at this juncture reflects uncertainty as to the continued viability of the Texas Women's Health Program."
After HHS cut off Texas' Medicaid money, Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) promised to make up for the $30 million funding gap and pay for the Women's Health Program with the state's own money. But conservative Texas officials have suggested that they would rather end the entire program than allow Planned Parenthood to participate in it.