FILE - In this Jan. 10, 2013 photo, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer speaks from her office at the Capitol in Phoenix, prior to giving her State of the State address. It's Republican vs. Republican in the latest round of the nation's political battles over health care. GOP legislators in several major states are trying to block efforts by governors of their own party to accept health insurance for low-income people under President Barack Obama's health care law. Overall, 23 states plus the District of Columbia, are planning to expand their Medicaid programs, including Brewster in Arizona. (AP Photo/Matt York, File)

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FILE - In this Jan. 10, 2013 photo, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer speaks from her office at the Capitol in Phoenix, prior to giving her State of the State address. It's Republican vs. Republican in the latest round of the nation's political battles over health care. GOP legislators in several major states are trying to block efforts by governors of their own party to accept health insurance for low-income people under President Barack Obama's health care law. Overall, 23 states plus the District of Columbia, are planning to expand their Medicaid programs, including Brewster in Arizona. (AP Photo/Matt York, File)
FILE - In this Jan. 10, 2013 photo, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer speaks from her office at the Capitol in Phoenix, prior to giving her State of the State address. It's Republican vs. Republican in the latest round of the nation's political battles over health care. GOP legislators in several major states are trying to block efforts by governors of their own party to accept health insurance for low-income people under President Barack Obama's health care law. Overall, 23 states plus the District of Columbia, are planning to expand their Medicaid programs, including Brewster in Arizona. (AP Photo/Matt York, File)
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