The Future of the Affordable Care Act in Florida
The Supreme Court says it's constitutional. But Gov. Rick Scott says he won't expand Medicaid or set up insurance exchanges envisioned by the Affordable Care Act.
We break down the future of the ACA in Florida with Dr. Jay Wolfson, professor of public health and medicine at the University of South Florida; Mona Mangat of St. Petersburg of Doctors for America, and Alan Sayler, owner of Sayler's Suncoast Water of Pinellas Park and plaintiff in the state's ACA lawsuit.
Find the ACA law here.
Read Dr. Wolfson's blog post here.
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