Texas Democratic Party chairman Gilberto Hinojosa maintains that thousands of veterans were shorted by a Republican-led decision.
“(I)n the state of Texas, especially with Republicans, with Rick Perry refusing to accept the hundred billion dollars in expanded Medicaid, there’s 40,000 veterans in the state of Texas that are not going to receive health care,” Hinojosa said last month on the YNN Austin cable channel’s “Capital Tonight.”
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Says that 40,000 veterans in Texas won’t get health care because Perry rejected Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion.
Gilberto Hinojosa on Sept. 25 in an interview on YNN Austin’s “Capital Tonight”