In this May 2015 photo, Martha Baker, a trauma nurse and president of SEIU 1991 at Jackson Health Systems, holds 13,000 signatures that she turned in to State Rep. José Oliva at his office in Hialeah. On the left is patient Isabel Betancourt and on the right is Dr. Alina Valdes. Baker spoke Wednesday in Miami to advocate that Florida expand eligibility for Medicaid to nearly all low-income adults.
In this May 2015 photo, Martha Baker, a trauma nurse and president of SEIU 1991 at Jackson Health Systems, holds 13,000 signatures that she turned in to State Rep. José Oliva at his office in Hialeah. On the left is patient Isabel Betancourt and on the right is Dr. Alina Valdes. Baker spoke Wednesday in Miami to advocate that Florida expand eligibility for Medicaid to nearly all low-income adults. C.M. GUERRERO EL NUEVO HERALD
In this May 2015 photo, Martha Baker, a trauma nurse and president of SEIU 1991 at Jackson Health Systems, holds 13,000 signatures that she turned in to State Rep. José Oliva at his office in Hialeah. On the left is patient Isabel Betancourt and on the right is Dr. Alina Valdes. Baker spoke Wednesday in Miami to advocate that Florida expand eligibility for Medicaid to nearly all low-income adults. C.M. GUERRERO EL NUEVO HERALD

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