In this 2015 photo, Martha Baker, a registered nurse at Jackson Health System, is pictured in 2015 campaigning for Florida to expand Medicaid eligibility to cover nearly all low-income adults — a provision of the Affordable Care Act. Florida has refused to expand Medicaid eligibility under the health law. However, an estimated 1.6 million Floridians have signed up for coverage on the ACA insurance exchange at healthcare.gov.
In this 2015 photo, Martha Baker, a registered nurse at Jackson Health System, is pictured in 2015 campaigning for Florida to expand Medicaid eligibility to cover nearly all low-income adults — a provision of the Affordable Care Act. Florida has refused to expand Medicaid eligibility under the health law. However, an estimated 1.6 million Floridians have signed up for coverage on the ACA insurance exchange at healthcare.gov. C.M. GUERRERO EL NUEVO HERALD
In this 2015 photo, Martha Baker, a registered nurse at Jackson Health System, is pictured in 2015 campaigning for Florida to expand Medicaid eligibility to cover nearly all low-income adults — a provision of the Affordable Care Act. Florida has refused to expand Medicaid eligibility under the health law. However, an estimated 1.6 million Floridians have signed up for coverage on the ACA insurance exchange at healthcare.gov. C.M. GUERRERO EL NUEVO HERALD

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