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I agree--expansion of the medical benefits in any form is medicaid expansion if the state is paying for it--or the taxpayer, I should say. And to do so, is just one more step to validating Obamacare in Missouri against the vote of the citizens in two different elections on the subject of Obamacare. Schweich is for big govt I don't care how he plays the words and crosses the eyes and dots the t's.
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Sorry but Lair is on the "oversite" committee on education. He does have some say on what Bahr does.
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Way to go, Mr. Speaker! Conservatives have been fighting for six years to wake you guys up and damn, if you're still not sleeping on the durn job! You knew what you were doing when you appointed Lair to this position. It cancels out the other committee on education and what ever it does that does not follow GOP higher ups instruction. Looks like we got a rough road ahead under your leadership!
Then Nixon has done well to listen to the people. Although I was not in favor of this as an amendment to the State constitution--at the time it seemed the only way to make a definitve statement to all legislative authorities. The people of Missouri have voted to not accept the mandate of government run healthcare that we dubbed Obamacare at its beginning and to accept or recognize any part of the unconstitutional legislation passed by the 2010 Congress is to let the nose of the camel under the tent and pave the way for complete implementation.
Furthermore, it would behoove the citizens of Missouri to not honor any of the unconstitutional pieces of legislation in order for our state to declare state sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment. Please stand firm and make your voices heard.
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