It's worth noting that the six clinics are in Texas and South Carolina, two red states that refused to expand Medicaid (at federal expense) because that Obama guy is a Kenyan socialist Muslim or something. It's also worth noting that lower income people, the type who make up the bulk of Wal-Mart customers, will likely be using their Obamacare-subsidized insurance to pay their bill.
Two positive takeaways:
* Wal-Mart stores are a major presence in rural areas which are traditionally medically underserved. The new clinics will be popular, and are needed.
* Wal-Mart employees at the stores will only be charged a $4 co-pay assuming they are on the company's health plan. Of course, when you are only making minimum wage ...