Fourteen states have drafted or introduced bills and Missouri, Oklahoma, Georgia and Texas already have laws calling for an interstate compact that circumvents federal health reform by replacing Medicare and Medicaid with block grant programs. Supporters want 40 states to approve compact legislation. Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer (D) vetoed a bill in his state and said "we will put a person on Neptune" before the plan passes Congress.

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