"The University of Texas Medical Branch may stop offering cancer care to indigent and undocumented immigrants in order to cut costs."
The primary motivation for this move is (are you sitting down?): their $1.4 billion [ed: did you say billion, with a b?!] budget included some $12 million specifically for illegals suffering from cancer.
And that just wasn't enough.
And then, of course, we get those who continue to push for "universal care," presumably meaning care for everyone in the, you know, "universe:"
"Any time there's any restriction in access to care, there's pushback from people who are concerned about that."
Remind me again how much illegals pay into the health care system?