Governor Rick Scott speaks to the press after meeting with U.S. Health and Human Services Sec. Sylvia Burwell in May to discuss his funding request for a hospital payment program set to expire June 30. Scott is suing Burwell and HHS alleging unconstitutional coercion because federal regulators will not renew a $2 billion a year hospital funding program.
Governor Rick Scott speaks to the press after meeting with U.S. Health and Human Services Sec. Sylvia Burwell in May to discuss his funding request for a hospital payment program set to expire June 30. Scott is suing Burwell and HHS alleging unconstitutional coercion because federal regulators will not renew a $2 billion a year hospital funding program. Alex Wong Getty Images
Governor Rick Scott speaks to the press after meeting with U.S. Health and Human Services Sec. Sylvia Burwell in May to discuss his funding request for a hospital payment program set to expire June 30. Scott is suing Burwell and HHS alleging unconstitutional coercion because federal regulators will not renew a $2 billion a year hospital funding program. Alex Wong Getty Images

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