Gov. Perry did not explain how providing medical coverage would result in the deaths of 1,000 people.


 
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Gov. Perry did not explain how providing medical coverage would result in the deaths of 1,000 people.
 


25 November 2013 at 12:10:19 PM
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According to the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, more than one million Texans would have medical coverage under the expansion of Medicaid in Texas, reported The Brownsville Herald.

In 2012, Texas had the second highest rate of uninsured residents in the U.S., with 24.6 percent, according to a Census Bureau report released in Sept, reports The Dallas Morning News.

About 6.4 million Texans were uninsured during 2012, which was second only to California with 6.8 million uninsured. The difference in 2013 is that California is expanding Medicaid, which will likely drop its numbers and give Texas the title of the most uninsured.

 


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