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Report attributes nearly 2,800 premature deaths of low-income seniors to FL...

More low-income seniors may be dying in Florida because of the state’s refusal to expand Medicaid under the federal Affordable Care Act, a new...

Getting cheap and safe Canadian drugs to Floridians is a big...

Florida regulators are proceeding with plans to import cheaper prescription drugs from Canada, but questions persist about when the drugs will begin flowing, whether...

Florida’s lack of dental care hurts low-income and rural residents

More Floridians live in areas where there is a lack of dental care than any other state in the nation, according to a new...

Women with low incomes suffer with no abortion coverage

Over the past several months, we’ve witnessed anti-abortion politicians in states surrounding Florida and across the country enact a slew of anti-abortion laws aimed...

More Floridians went without health insurance in 2018, a federal report...

Florida had the fourth highest rate in the nation of residents lacking health insurance in 2018, according to a new report from the U.S....

Medicaid expansion won’t go before voters next year

Medicaid expansion will not be on the November 2020 ballot in Florida. Florida Decides Healthcare, the group collecting voter signatures to put the Medicaid expansion...

A birthday wish for Medicaid

Today, July 30, is Medicaid’s 54th birthday and that should be a cause for celebration for all Americans. In Florida alone, Medicaid now provides...

Here are the Florida citizen ballot measures you just might get...

Despite moves by state Republican leaders to limit citizen-led ballot measures, more than a half-dozen proposals remain in play with a Feb. 1 deadline...

Effort to overturn Obamacare could have widespread impact on health coverage...

More than 1.5 million Floridians could lose their health insurance coverage if Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody and the Trump administration are successful in...

Medicaid expansion could save FL $200 million a year, but will...

What if Florida had a way to save money on the prison health-care crisis?Or expand treatment programs for opioid addiction or provide more mental-health...

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