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Almost a million Floridians are slated to lose their Medicaid coverage starting in April once the federal COVID-19 emergency comes to an end. Florida is one of 11 states that did not expand Medicaid through the Affordable Care Act, which means tens of thousands of Florida families are expected to fall into the Medicaid access gap.

During the pandemic, to make sure there was continuous access of care, Medicaid participants were automatically re-enrolled, but now, their eligibility will be checked again. In Florida, more than 1.87 million people gained Medicaid coverage from March 2020, when the pandemic began, to December 2022, a 50 percent increase, according to state enrollment data. As of December, more than 5.6 million people in Florida were covered by Medicaid.
“This is going to be a major, major wave of people losing coverage,” said Shirley Dominguez, program coordinator at Epilepsy Alliance Florida Navigation Program.


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What makes you think it isn't?
A high school diploma from this part of Florida is worth the paper it's printed on.
I'd guess that a HS diploma from Gilchrist, Dixie, or Levy counties are equivalent to a 5th grade education in a place like Mendocino, CA., Windham, VT., or New Haven, CT.

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So do fetuses