Florida was the lead plaintiff in the 27-state lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act.
Now that the law has been upheld by the Supreme Court, Governor Rick Scott tells Fox News he will not implement it.
"We're not going to implement Obamacare in Florida," Scott said. "We're not going to expand Medicaid because we're going to do the right thing. We're not going to do the exchange."
He says the law is too costly for Floridians and bad policy, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
Scott hopes the law will be repealed after the November election, if a new president is elected. He says even if that doesn't happen, Florida will not set up a health exchange or participate in an expansion of the Medicaid program.
Scott says the state can't afford to add an estimated 1 million people to the Medicaid rolls -- even with the federal government picking up 90 percent of the cost.
"We can't pay for that; there is no way Floridians can pay for that," he said.