The Tucson Citizen, a newspaper in Arizona, has a short, albeit intriguing, article stating that the state’s governor, Janet Napolitano, “is closely watching the results of Nevada’s request that Mexico pay the health care costs of Mexicans living in the state.”

The article goes on to report, “Mexico's Health Department confirmed late Monday that it is analyzing the feasibility of covering health care costs for its citizens in Nevada.

"According to a University of Arizona study released in July, immigrants account for $4.9 million in uncompensated health care costs in Tucson and a total of $149.3 million in Arizona.”

Good luck to the state of Nevada in its endeavor.