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All -- of us have to wait until June for an answer.
The justices of the Supreme Court no right now the outcome of the historic obamacare hearings that's right.
After months of anticipation.
Thousands of pages of briefs and more than six hours of arguments the justices voted on the future of the health care overhaul law today.
There was no debate just forecasting -- -- no one but the nine justices were president so why are we waiting until June.
The justices have weeks to read each -- draft opinions and dissents and then.
They can change their vote if they want to.
No one votes it can no one's vote counts more than the other but it seems the outcome of this case will hinge on Chief Justice John Roberts.
And justice Anthony candidate.
But based on what we heard from the justices last week the individual mandate may well be in deep trouble.
And that would be welcome news for states who are struggling to stay afloat under the burden of obamacare -- lot of signs heavy Medicaid costs to the State's.
According to the National Governors Association states are facing a collective 95 billion dollar budget shortfall this year.
And -- the required Medicaid expansion under Obama care.
Adding more than 26 million people -- through another 118.
Billion dollars will be added to that sharp short fall.
Before the expansion the low income health program makes up a quarter of state budgets.
And op Ed in the Wall Street Journal today by -- current senators and former governors.
-- just how bad things are going to -- for states if the Supreme Court doesn't strike down Obama care.
Lamar Alexander of Tennessee described how obamacare will cost his state another one point one billion dollars through 2019.
My Johansson Nebraska says in three years the short operated by the Medicaid mandate will be greater than the entire Nebraska state patrol's budget.
John -- of North Dakota describes an even bigger problem it's not just that this is a budget buster.
This mandate will expand Medicaid beneficiaries by 50%.
And that means fewer people have access to care why because there aren't enough doctors in the state to serve them.
And -- -- Idaho says more than a quarter of the State's entire population wouldn't be on Medicaid.
Adding a quarter of a billion dollars by 20/20.
And look at -- sea states in trouble while in Washington this week I spoke with Florida attorney general Pam bond -- who's leading the State's fight against obamacare.
I can tell you after 2018 and this is a conservative estimate have very conservative estimate it will cost Floridians over.
One billion dollars a year and that's an unsustainable for our -- Unsustainable the unsustainable mandate -- states with two choices you can cut funding from other programs like education or veterans' programs.
-- -- raise taxes.
Is this really what President Obama had in mind when he designed this law.
It's like this administration governs with blinders on they only focus on what they want and a heck with the consequences.
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