”The logjam has broken,” Ron Pollack, executive director of Families USA, said. Bill Pierce, a former Health
and Human Services
official under George W. Bush, added, “It’s a tipping point. You’ve now got a real conservative state, a battleground state and a blue state all signed up. If you’re a Republican governor thinking about this, you fit into one of those categories.”
However, for those who want to see more American be able to afford basic medical care, the news is not all good.