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Published: Tuesday, Sept. 2 2014 11:55 p.m. MDT

Updated: Wednesday, Sept. 3 2014 6:57 a.m. MDT

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Dixie Dan
Saint George, UT

If this was Romney's plan, it would be a done deal without the work requirement.

Most Truthful and Patriotic
Layton, UT

Next, we're going to ask cancer patients on Medicaid to give urine tests.
Those moochers.

Magistra
Salt Lake City, UT

Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good. Utah citizens are sending millions of tax dollars to the federal government and getting nothing back, while at the same time uninsured low-income Utahns go without health care coverage. Every analysis, every study has shown that this is a good deal for the state and its people.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

This is a bait and switch. We would be wise not to fall prey to this trap. I am disappointed Herbert is pursuing it.

RC in WJ
WEST JORDAN, UT

"We're making headway, a little slower than I had hoped," the governor told reporters " Just as planned, always someting to deter him from maning up and signing on to a program that has been paid for by the taxpayers of Utah, all in an effort to pander to the Rad. Right who's
hatred of the POTUS clouds reason, common sense and compassion! The ACA is one of the few good things that Obama has produced!

Irony Guy
Bountiful, Utah

"I want to see that nauseated, hairless woman out there on the job, by jingo. What's all this malingering? If I can work, so can she."

There You Go Again
Saint George, UT

Medicaid work requirement.

How about a Bankster and Hedge Fund Operator requirement to return all the money they stole from the middle class?

Instead we...

Micromanage/nail the people who have no money or relationship to Congress.

Those who fund elections get a free pass.

Perfect.

mcclark
Salt Lake City, UT

Herbert wants to make sure the insurance companies get their fair share of welfare.

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