Kentucky legislature defunded ObamaCare today
Big "success story" slowly unravels
The Kentucky General Assembly today almost unanimously voted to defund ObamaCare in the Commonwealth as it mandated that no general fund dollars can be spent on the Medicaid expansion or health benefit exchange in the next biennium.
“I really appreciated the widespread agreement among Kentucky’s representatives that state funds should not be spent on ObamaCare,” said David Adams, an ardent opponent of the federal health reform who is suing to stop state implementation of it. “The Kentucky Supreme Court does not now need to stop the waste of funds, but they do need to speak to Gov. Beshear’s illegal attempt to force us into ObamaCare without proper approval. Protecting the process is their job and it’s time to do it.”
“The General Assembly never ratified Beshear’s executive order creating the exchange and the emergency administrative regulation was filed too late to create the Medicaid expansion so the issue is very simple,” Adams said.