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To: Whenifhow; don-o

Eleanor Sobel
Florida state senator
Florida is punishing by putting up roadblocks
message HC is a privilege not a right,
we are here to put up roadblocks

divided in State legislature
we came up with public private partnership bipartisan - to help implement the program
House, Gov and cabinet are preventing implementation of law
Florida has large number who need this law

Rick Scott contradicts himself
Focus on sandbag issues:
best way to defeat program - make sure no one knows about it
Gov Scott - restricting navigators - violate Hippa law
two: legislature passed bill - lowest rates possible
we must find a way to put aside differences and move forward with the law.

31 posted on 09/23/2013 9:24:08 AM PDT by Whenifhow
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To: Whenifhow; don-o

Matt Hudson
Florida state rep - R
contract - pages blank - question - blank pages - trust me
Positive you would not have invested
ACA - workforce shortage worse
kept states uninformed
medicaid expansion
2020 - national shortage of physicians and nurses
doctor workforce retiring
because of exchanges and ACA - patients less care, demand will increase
ACA promise - keep doctor but it is an empty promise
rise 5 - 40% increased cost

DC has no information about privacy
state exchange - questions - they didn’t respond until after deadline and it did not answer any questions

Florida rejected state exchange

applicants will give private information

registration of navigators - state legislature passed
Medicaid is a problem, but gov continues to push
difficult to estimate cost of medicaid expansion - and increased costs

gov will be able to keep funding promises despite being 17 Trillion in debt

We deserve to have our concerns heard

33 posted on 09/23/2013 9:29:54 AM PDT by Whenifhow
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