Gov. Rick Scott "is trying to get a waiver under the federal health care law that would deny consumers in Florida the right to the $60 million in rebates they have from their own HMOs."
"Active duty males in the military are twice as likely to develop prostate cancer than their civilian counterparts."
"You can't give a child an aspirin in school without permission. You can't do any kind of medication, but we can secretly take the child off and have an abortion."
In Florida, it’s not illegal for an immediate family member of state officials to prosper from legislation supported by a spouse.
"Before this (federal health care) law was enacted, Florida parents ... were able to purchase inexpensive 'child-only' coverage for their children. The law’s 'consumer protections' have now eliminated that choice in Florida."
Says his bill, HB 97, would prevent the use of taxpayer dollars on abortions.
"Before this law was passed, Americans were told they could keep their current health care plans. After it became law, the administration issued regulations stating nearly half of Americans would lose their current plan."
More people die from "medical misadventures" than firearm accidents nationally and in Florida.
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