In the midst of the evolution of Obamacare, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi appeared on “Fox and Friends” Tuesday to discuss her concerns over the implementation of the healthcare law.
“They’re changing the rules of the game as we go along,” Bondi said.
In the latest revelation, federal officials revealed that some agencies will use the “honor system” to provide taxpayer-funded subsidies to the uninsured. Bondi said that opens the door for fraud, saying there is no way to prevent abuse under current guidelines.
Bondi noted that Florida took the lead in challenging the constitutionality of Obamacare, which she said is “fraught with peril.”
Watch the discussion via Fox News here.
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