Statements about Medicaid
Federal money for Medicaid expansion "is guaranteed for a few years and then goes away."
Says the Medicaid fraud rate in Virginia was "fact-checked" and found to be "0.47 percent."
Gov. McAuliffe's budget would "raid school, other $$ 4 Obamacare in VA."
If the legislature refuses to expand Medicaid, "27 states are going to get our money – Virginia taxpayer money – into their states to provide health care for their citizens, paid for by us."
State Medicaid expansion "will save our treasury $1 billion over the next eight years."
Georgia has recovered more than $60 million that was lost to Medicaid fraud
In Virginia’s Medicaid program, "approximately 30 percent, or $2.7 billion a year, is lost to waste, fraud and inefficiencies."
The United States has seen "a net loss of people with health insurance" because of Obamacare.
About half the people who would qualify for Medicaid expansion in Florida "can buy a health care plan for $30 a month" on the federal health care exchange.
Says Rick Scott "oversaw the largest Medicare fraud in the nation’s history."
"Federal government reneging" on Medicaid payments to Wisconsin caused about $240 million in extra costs in the 2013-’15 state budget.
"We’ve got close to 7 million Americans who have access to health care for the first time because of Medicaid expansion."
On expanding Medicaid as part of the health care law
"Six people in Florida die as a result of (not expanding Medicaid) every day."
"Georgia has the fifth-highest number of uninsured people of any state in the union."
"The average rate of fraud" in the Earned Income Tax Credit, Medicare, Medicaid and food stamps programs "is 20 to 25 percent."
In Virginia, "Medicaid has grown by 1,600 percent in the last 30 years."
In altered photo, says Barack Obama wants "more of Texans’ private data" via health care.
"The state budget has actually grown by $4.6 billion under" Gov. Scott Walker’s actions.
"500,000 people have signed up for #Obamacare."
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