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"Back and ready to act" is slogan for Florida's renewed Medicaid expansion push

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Tia Michell reports from the Times/Herald's Tallahassee Bureau that a coalition of 87 political, healthcare and civic organizations are rallying for another try at Medicaid expansion in Florida. As lawmakers return to the state capitol for the 2014 session, a coalition called Health Care for Florida Now  says it's back, too.   

"The group, led by Progress Florida and Florida CHAIN, was not successful in convincing legislators to accept federal dollars to reduce the number of uninsured during the 2013 session. After spending all summer lobbying lawmakers individually, the coalition is hopeful Republican leaders may have a change of heart." Read the Buzz

 

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