Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who first proposed overhauling Florida’s Medicaid program, told the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce in March 2005 that without reform, “the Medicaid budget will suck the life out of our education programs, our environmental programs, other social service programs.’’
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who first proposed overhauling Florida’s Medicaid program, told the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce in March 2005 that without reform, “the Medicaid budget will suck the life out of our education programs, our environmental programs, other social service programs.’’ C.M. Guerrero El Nuevo
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who first proposed overhauling Florida’s Medicaid program, told the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce in March 2005 that without reform, “the Medicaid budget will suck the life out of our education programs, our environmental programs, other social service programs.’’ C.M. Guerrero El Nuevo

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