President Obama has been re-elected and his Affordable Care Act has survived a Supreme Court battle. Now what? Leaders in each state have decisions to make in terms of whether to set up certain aspects of the plan such as exchanges and expanded Medicaid or let the federal government do that for them. Some states continue to resist aspects of the plan and many are weighing the decision to join lawsuits from other states. Newly elected Governor Pat McCrory faces such decisions and we’ll look at the likely choices he’ll make. Obamacare is here and we’ll find out the latest news when Charlotte Talks.
Thomas Miller - Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and Senior Health Economist for the Joint Economic Committee
Dr. William Brandon - Metrolina Medical Foundation Distinguished Professor of Public Policy on Health. Political Science Dept. UNC Charlotte