In a last-ditch effort to end the budget stalemate, House Speaker Steve Crisafulli on Thursday offered to set aside $200 million in state money for the hospitals and county health departments that would be hurt by the end of a federal-state program known as the Low Income Pool. He’s not backing down on the House’s longstanding opposition to Medicaid expansion.
In a last-ditch effort to end the budget stalemate, House Speaker Steve Crisafulli on Thursday offered to set aside $200 million in state money for the hospitals and county health departments that would be hurt by the end of a federal-state program known as the Low Income Pool. He’s not backing down on the House’s longstanding opposition to Medicaid expansion. Phil Sears AP
In a last-ditch effort to end the budget stalemate, House Speaker Steve Crisafulli on Thursday offered to set aside $200 million in state money for the hospitals and county health departments that would be hurt by the end of a federal-state program known as the Low Income Pool. He’s not backing down on the House’s longstanding opposition to Medicaid expansion. Phil Sears AP

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April 23, 2015 8:09 PM

Florida House makes offer to help hospitals

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