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  • Gov. Scott to sue Obama over Medicaid expansion

    Gov. Scott to sue Obama over Medicaid expansion
    TALLAHASSEE – Gov. Rick Scott will sue the federal government for attempting to “coerce” the state into expanding Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act by withdrawing support for a different federal health care program, he announced...
  • Talks, but no progress in health-care budget impasse

    TALLAHASSEE — The Senate and the House are talking but not changing their tunes. With only a week left in the regular session, Florida lawmakers remain locked in a dispute Friday over health-care spending, putting billions of dollars on the line...
  • Scott on wrong side on health care

    Scott on wrong side on health care
    Gov. Rick Scott went to war last week — on the wrong side. The governor should have been strong-arming House leaders, demanding that they expand health care coverage to nearly 1 million Floridians. Instead, Scott was threatening members of the...
  • Senate makes offer but health care stalemate remains

    Senate makes offer but health care stalemate remains
    TALLAHASSEE – With billions in taxpayer funds on the line, Central Florida hospitals and the working poor and uninsured remain stuck in limbo as lawmakers continue to haggle over health care coverage for the poor. The Florida Senate rejected...
  • Florida Hospital's Health Village continues to grow and prosper

    Florida Hospital's Health Village continues to grow and prosper
    At the SunRail station next to Florida Hospital, there’s something readily available that often proves highly popular with commuters: fresh morning coffee. Located right off the tracks, inside the executive offices of the hospital’s...
  • Health care: What should Fla. do?: Front Burner

    Health care: What should Fla. do?: Front Burner
    With a week to go in the regular session of the Florida Legislature, lawmakers and Gov. Rick Scott are deadlocked over how to respond to a standing offer of billions of dollars from Washington, D.C. to expand health-care coverage in the state. The...
  • Senators: Gov. Scott veto threat not 'productive'

    Senators: Gov. Scott veto threat not 'productive'
    TALLAHASSEE – Senators pushed back Wednesday on threats from Gov. Rick Scott to veto projects or bills, saying they weren’t helpful in resolving the health care spending crisis that has brought the legislative session to a stalemate. Scott...
  • Now cancer-free, but still living with fear

    Now cancer-free, but still living with fear
    Unlike the imaginary monsters of our childhoods, the ones lurking under the beds, in the closets or outside the windows on moonlit nights, the monster haunting Deborah Romero is real. She had rounds of chemotherapy followed by radiation therapy to get...
  • Orlando plans to buy hundreds of apartments near Citrus Bowl

    Orlando plans to buy hundreds of apartments near Citrus Bowl
    The City of Orlando filed plans Tuesday to buy hundreds of apartment units from Fannie Mae near the newly renovated Citrus Bowl. The city proposes to pay $6.85 million for seven west Orlando apartment complexes and resell three complexes for $3.23...
  • Hospitals fret amid state-federal Medicaid fight

    Hospitals fret amid state-federal Medicaid fight
    A standoff between the state and federal governments over Medicaid funds for low-income and uninsured people has Orlando hospital leaders feeling like they are in limbo. "We are sitting in the middle of the road while chicken is being played between the...
  • Feud between state Senate, Gov. Scott boils over

    Feud between state Senate, Gov. Scott boils over
    TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott headed for California on Sunday for a two-day mission to lure jobs to Florida, leaving behind a seemingly intractable budget battle and a growing rift between his administration and the Florida Senate. The feud...