Florida House ponders health insurance fix
Miami Herald, April 18, 2008
Florida Lawmakers and Gov. Charlie Crist are trying to find a way to get coverage for more of the nearly 4 million Floridians without health insurance. The Florida House has debated a wide-ranging proposal that tries to encourage the creation of cheap health insurance plans in several ways. One proposal to reduce costs is a plan that would free insurance companies from having to cover many of the types of care they normally must cover under the law.
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