Tallahassee Democrat — Nuzzo: LIP funding is lesson in unreliability

Posted 03/19/2015

Tallahassee Democrat “Nuzzo: LIP funding is lesson in unreliability” March 19, 2015 By Sal Nuzzo Recently, the director of the Children and Adults Health Programs in the Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services at CMS revealed what those of us in the world of the rational and sane already know – that the federal government …

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“Medicaid Expansion: A Lesson in Unreliability” — Spring Journal 2015

Posted 03/17/2015

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Pharmacy Choice News — House, Senate health-care funding disagreement shapes budget talks [The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville]

Posted 03/16/2015

Pharmacy Choice News “House, Senate health-care funding disagreement shapes budget talks [The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville]“ March 16, 2015 By Tia Mitchell, Florida Times-Union A disagreement between the Florida House and Senate over health-care funding and Medicaid expansion could foreshadow a budget showdown that leaves hospitals and health clinics vulnerable. The Senate is including in its …

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Saint Augustine Record — House, Senate health care funding disagreement shapes budget talks

Posted 03/16/2015

Saint Augustine Record “House, Senate health care funding disagreement shapes budget talks” March 15, 2015 By Tia Mitchell, Florida Times-Union TALLAHASSEE — A disagreement between the Florida House and Senate over health care funding and Medicaid expansion could foreshadow a budget showdown that leaves hospitals and health clinics vulnerable. The Senate is including in its …

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Florida Times-Union — House, Senate health-care funding disagreement shapes budget talks

Posted 03/16/2015

Florida Times-Union “House, Senate health-care funding disagreement shapes budget talks” March 15, 2015 By Tia Mitchell TALLAHASSEE | A disagreement between the Florida House and Senate over health-care funding and Medicaid expansion could foreshadow a budget showdown that leaves hospitals and health clinics vulnerable. The Senate is including in its budget a plan to use …

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Health News Florida — Clash Over Medicaid Expansion Could Lead To A Special Session For The Budget

Posted 03/11/2015

Health News Florida “Clash Over Medicaid Expansion Could Lead To A Special Session For The Budget” March 11, 2015 By Lynn Hatter, WFSU Florida lawmakers are watching a projected $1 billion surplus disappear before their eyes. The cause: the impending loss of $1 billion in federal funds that support hospitals that treat low-income, uninsured patients. …

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Rick’s Blog — Florida Senate panel moves to expand health coverage

Posted 03/11/2015

Rick’s Blog “Florida Senate panel moves to expand health coverage” March 11, 2015 By Jim Saunders, News Service of Florida Trying to build momentum amid continued opposition from House leaders, a Senate panel Tuesday approved a plan that would expand health coverage to an estimated 800,000 low-income Floridians. The Senate Health Policy Committee unanimously backed …

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Jacksonville Business Journal — Senate moves forward on health expansion

Posted 03/11/2015

Jacksonville Business Journal “Senate moves forward on health expansion” March 11, 2015 By Jim Saunders, News Service of Florida Trying to build momentum amid continued opposition from House leaders, a Senate panel Tuesday approved a plan that would expand health coverage to an estimated 800,000 low-income Floridians. The Senate Health Policy Committee unanimously backed a …

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CBS Miami — State Senate Moves Forward On Health Expansion

Posted 03/11/2015

CBS Miami “State Senate Moves Forward On Health Expansion” March 11, 2015 TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – Trying to build momentum amid continued opposition from House leaders, a Senate panel Tuesday approved a plan that would expand health coverage to an estimated 800,000 low-income Floridians. The Senate Health Policy Committee unanimously backed a bill (SPB 7044) that …

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The Florida Channel — 3/10/15 Senate Health Policy Committee

Posted 03/11/2015

The Florida Channel “3/10/15 Senate Health Policy Committee” Watch at this link: http://thefloridachannel.org/videos/31015-senate-health-policy-committee/. JMI testifies at 1:53:00.

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  • Travis Keels, JMI director of public affairs, testifies on ticket sales legislation SB 742 in Senate Committee on Commerce and Tourism
    (Mar 30)
  • Sal Nuzzo, JMI policy vp, testifies on juvenile records expungement legislation SB 1316 in Senate Committee on Criminal Justice
    Capitol (Mar 30)
  • Sal Nuzzo, JMI policy vp, attends House Justice Appropriations Committee to waive in support of juvenile records expungement legislation HB 7105
    Capitol (Mar 30)
  • Dan Peterson, JMI's director of the Center for Property Rights, testifies in House Appropriations Committee
    Capitol (Mar 25)
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