Florida's 2013 legislative session practically started and ended with Medicaid expansion at the center of debate, with House Republicans blocking a plan to use federal dollars to reduce the number of Florida's uninsured. This year, House Republicans pledge to tackle other issues, such as telemedicine policy and increasing the state's number of primary-care doctors. But Democrats say Medicaid expansion remains a top priority.
Expanding Medicaid an uphill battle in Florida Capitol
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