Sebelius open to 'Uniquely Texan' approach to covering uninsured

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Sebelius open to 'Uniquely Texan' approach to covering uninsured

by Wochit 1:08 mins

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said in Texas that the Obama administration was flexible about how coverage might be expanded in that state, but said "as far as I know, those conversations, at least with the state officials, are not taking place right now." Meanwhile, several state officials, including Gov. Rick Perry, blasted the federal health care law. A Texas email service used by National Security Agency systems analyst Edward Snowden said it was shutting down, explaining that it would rather go out of business than "become complicit in crimes against the American people." A military judge resumed the Fort Hood shooting trial despite demands from the suspect's standby attorneys that they be removed from the case. The military defense lawyers ordered to help Major. Nidal Hasan represent himself during his murder trial had asked to take over the case, saying they believed Hasan was trying to secure himself a death sentence.

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