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Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear says he supports the expansion of Medicaid in his state under President Obama's health care law, a decision that would extend coverage to 308,000 residents.
Easy money from the federal government is hard to resist. After all, it's "free." A key section of Obamacare makes states the offer they can't refuse: Expand eligibility for Medicaid on an unrealistic scale, and Uncle Sam will hand over a big, fat check.
I join Florida Gov. Rick Scott in commending Florida Atlantic University student Ryan Rotela for having the courage to stand up for his faith. I also question why Mr. Rotela's professor, Deandre Poole — someone who demanded students desecrate the name of Jesus — is still in the employ of the university.
Earvin "Magic" Johnson says his experience shows that President Obama's health-care overhaul is working out well.
Florida Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll has resigned because of her ties to an Internet cafe company that is now under federal investigation.
Former Republican Fla. Gov. Charlie Crist is contemplating a comeback in the Sunshine State, but this time as a Democrat.
Many Republican governors who said they plan to take Medicaid money under President Obama's health care law now find they're facing a revolt within their own state parties, where GOP legislatures are none-too-eager to approve signing up for what they call "Obamacare."
Florida's Gov. Rick Scott may have jumped the gun a bit with his recent announcement that he supports Obamacare's expansions to Medicaid, after all. Just minutes after his announcement, lawmakers in the state were rallying in opposition.
Governors are increasingly embracing a key part of President Obama's health law by expanding their Medicaid programs — but they are using the law as a bargaining chip to try to win more flexibility for how they run their own state programs.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Wednesday became the latest Republican to green-light the expansion of Medicaid under President Obama’s health care law, a move that follows in the footsteps of other state leaders who opposed the president’s reforms and then accepted federal dollars to insure more low-income residents.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott has announced that he will expand Medicaid to an estimated 900,000 additional Florida residents under President Obama's health care overhaul. The decision is a surprise since Scott has been a vocal critic of the Affordable Care Act.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott has announced that he will expand Medicaid to an estimated 900,000 additional Florida residents under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. The decision is a surprise since Scott has been a vocal critic of the Affordable Care Act.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Wednesday became the latest Republican to green-light the expansion of Medicaid under the President Obama's health-care law, a move that follows in the footsteps of other state leaders who opposed the president's reforms and then accepted federal dollars to insure more low-income residents.
Florida's first dog has been booted from the governor's mansion — a relocation that sent several media outlets into a tizzy, prompting some to tie Gov. Rick Scott's re-election hopes to the animal's disappearance and others to float conspiracy theories.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott has argued that the Medicaid expansion is the right thing to do, morally and economically, placing him at odds with some right-leaning politicians in his state.
"I haven't reached any conclusion, I'm just taking the opportunity to listen to my fellow Floridians and give it serious thought," he told CBS Miami in Fort Myers on Saturday.