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May 5, 2014 5:32 AM

Bill to protect Blake Medical Center, other trauma centers falls apart in Florida Legislature

What started as a plan to shield three disputed HCA trauma centers -- including Blake Medical Center in Bradenton -- from legal action, and later added limits on sky-high trauma access fees, collapsed entirely late Friday as legislators failed to pass any trauma measure.

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