'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Like a sick patient who somehow always rallies, President Obama's health care law survived another scare Tuesday with Mr. Obama's defeat of Republican challenger Mitt Romney on Tuesday.
A looming showdown over Indiana's new law that cuts funding for the Planned Parenthood organization may test how far Republican-led states are willing to go in pressing their tough new anti-abortion agendas. The stakes are high. The future of health care for more than 1 million poor and elderly Indiana residents hangs in the balance.
"They would need Congress to push back deadlines, and I think Congress should extract a price," said Mr. Haislmaier.
"We're about to find out how many garments the emperor has on," said Ed Haislmaier, senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation. "I'm watching to see what regulations come out. When they come out, and what they say, will tell me whether they're anywhere near meeting the statutory deadlines of Oct. 1, 2013, which is when this whole thing is supposed to go live."