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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...

U.S. Supreme Court says no – for now – on including...

Update: President Donald Trump is asking his lawyers whether he can delay the 2020 census long enough to allow the federal courts to resolve...

Requiring poor people to work to get Medicaid isn’t working, study...

The first attempt by a U.S. state to make poor people get jobs in order to qualify for Medicaid health insurance is having a...

Refusal to close the Medicaid coverage gap echoes a dark era...

This column originally appeared 6/11 on NC Policy Watch, one of our sister news sites in the Newsroom network. Like North Carolina, Florida has...

FL Legislature declined to provide health care coverage to 837,000 of...

Florida missed another opportunity this year to provide health care coverage to more than 800,000 low-income residents.As expected, the 2019 Legislature never considered any...

A half-million poor people would lose Medicaid coverage unless they work,...

Despite a federal court ruling rejecting the idea, the Florida House has advanced a measure that would require non-disabled adults to work if they...

State Medicaid director Mary Mayhew getting bashed as senators consider her...

Mary Mayhew’s quest to be confirmed as Florida’s new Medicaid director is facing intense criticism and sharp questioning over her past as a health...

The state Legislature is trying to make Florida’s neediest jump more...

About 14 percent of Floridians live in poverty. Many of those 2.9 million residents rely on government programs to help them meet daily needs...

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