Florida Sen. Rene Garcia, a Hialeah Republican and sponsor of the Senate’s version of the bill, called the amendment “a political move” and blamed two groups of physicians — anesthesiologists and radiologists — for fighting “tooth and nail” to stop the legislation.
Florida Sen. Rene Garcia, a Hialeah Republican and sponsor of the Senate’s version of the bill, called the amendment “a political move” and blamed two groups of physicians — anesthesiologists and radiologists — for fighting “tooth and nail” to stop the legislation. Hector Gabino El Nuevo Herald staff
Florida Sen. Rene Garcia, a Hialeah Republican and sponsor of the Senate’s version of the bill, called the amendment “a political move” and blamed two groups of physicians — anesthesiologists and radiologists — for fighting “tooth and nail” to stop the legislation. Hector Gabino El Nuevo Herald staff

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