Florida governor touts affordable health insurance plan
Miami Herald, March 6, 2009
Florida Gov. Charlie Crist has announced that he'll barnstorm Florida to spread the word about his Cover Florida affordable health insurance plan because "people are hurting." Despite the tight budget year, Crist said he has no plans to change state workers' insurance plans, which are heavily subsidized by taxpayers. About 26,111 state workers pay no premiums at all.
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