Florida governor proposes low-cost health insurance
Miami Herald, February 20, 2008
Florida Gov. Charlie Crist has announced plans to help the uninsured with new, low-cost health insurance, vastly expanded coverage for children and a pilot program offering low-cost primary care in 14 counties. The plans would be required to guarantee coverage to all uninsured Floridians age 19 to 64, and Crist said the cost would be $150 a month.
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