FILE – In this March 28, 2013, file photo Republican Governor of Georgia Nathan Deal addresses the Senate in Atlanta. As more Republican governors yield to President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, an opposition bloc remains across the most conservative states in South, which includes governors who lead some of the nation’s poorest and unhealthiest states. Among them is Deal, who answers with skepticism when asked about projected uncompensated care savings and the U.S. Congress’s pledge to finance 90 percent of new Medicaid costs. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)

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FILE – In this March 28, 2013, file photo Republican Governor of Georgia Nathan Deal addresses the Senate in Atlanta. As more Republican governors yield to President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, an opposition bloc remains across the most conservative states in South, which includes governors who lead some of the nation’s poorest and unhealthiest states.  Among them is Deal, who answers with skepticism when asked about projected uncompensated care savings and the U.S. Congress’s pledge to finance 90 percent of new Medicaid costs. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)
FILE – In this March 28, 2013, file photo Republican Governor of Georgia Nathan Deal addresses the Senate in Atlanta. As more Republican governors yield to President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, an opposition bloc remains across the most conservative states in South, which includes governors who lead some of the nation’s poorest and unhealthiest states. Among them is Deal, who answers with skepticism when asked about projected uncompensated care savings and the U.S. Congress’s pledge to finance 90 percent of new Medicaid costs. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)
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