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April 17, 2015 1:30 PM

850,000 Floridians stuck in healthcare limbo — and no solution in sight

With legislators seemingly deadlocked on Medicaid expansion in Florida, some 850,000 residents in the “coverage gap” are stitching together their medical care through personal ingenuity, half doses of medicines and low-cost clinics. It’s exhausting work, especially when you’re sick.

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