What would 'Medicare for all' look like in Florida?
from Tampa Bay Times
Florida has more people covered under Obamacare than any other state, and is second only to California when it comes to seniors on Medicare. Yet the state's uninsured rate is still higher than the national average. So it's no wonder that healthcare is among the top concerns for voters in the midterm elections — or that Florida has become fertile ground for a new debate over an old idea: "Medicare for all." So what would such a program look like? And what changes would it bring for Floridians, many of whom already rely on government-funded healthcare?
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