Statements about Health Care

Under a proposed medical marijuana amendment in Florida, "you don't get refills -- you get it forever."

Obamacare "prevents (Florida) from regulating insurance."

"25 percent of all drug-related fatal vehicle accidents in the U.S. involve marijuana."

Says U.S. House candidate Carlos Curbelo "opposes the repeal of Obamacare."

"Expanding Medicaid would create 63k jobs."

"Nearly 60 percent of women who use birth control do so for more than just family planning."

"Less than 5 percent of registered users in states allowing medical marijuana have cancer or AIDS."

41,200 veterans in Florida "don’t have health care because Scott didn’t expand Medicaid."

A proposed amendment "allows a teenager to get a recommendation for medical marijuana without the consent of a parent."

"Seniors enrolled in Medicare Advantage are going to see an average premium increase between $50 and $90 per month."

Says Charlie Crist supports "cuts to the Medicare Advantage program."

"Rick Scott wants to take us back to the days of insurance companies denying coverage for pre-existing conditions."

"Obamacare will drive 2.5 million Americans out of the workforce."

Because of the federal health care law, "300,000 health plans canceled" in Florida.

Says Cathy Jordan was "arrested" and dragged out of her home by "a SWAT team of hooligans" for using medical marijuana.

About half the people who would qualify for Medicaid expansion in Florida "can buy a health care plan for $30 a month" on the federal health care exchange.

The medical marijuana ballot initiative "doesn’t require a physician writing a prescription" and can be for conditions like "having a back that needs to be scratched."

"Six people in Florida die as a result of (not expanding Medicaid) every day."

"Kathleen Peters refuses to ‘take a stand’ to repeal Obamacare."

Florida’s proposed medical marijuana amendment "would make Florida one of the most lenient medical-marijuana states, allowing use for limitless ‘other conditions’ specified by any physician."

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