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Published: Tuesday, May 29 2012 10:07 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Hopefully the Supreme Court will use its wisdom to stop the carnage of the affordable health care act in the Untied States and the State of Utah. We have recently seen the damage that happens when Utah government took control of personal files and information illegally.

The Supreme Court decisions must include even the state of Utah run health care programs as unconstitutional because Utah without consent or knowledge files law suits against anyone who requests and receives Medicaid payments to their doctors or hospitals. These State law suits are filed by the to financial recovery department as indebted loans and lending money to citizens which they cannot do. Medicaid in Utah is not only being stolen from trust accounts of citizens, they are confiscating is as state taxes collected through the federal government to claim as their property.

So the Supreme Court decision is very much a make and brake for Medicaid fraud by Utah government. If the feds can't mandate or collect health care insurance neither can Utah.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

so much for BO's lie "if you like your current plan, you will be able to keep it"

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