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April 22, 2013 12:00 AM

House GOP holds up a massive Florida health care expansion

After weeks of posturing and debate, the decision to expand Medicaid in Florida or accept $51 billion in federal health care money might rest with a moderate bloc of a dozen House Republicans. And they¿re not saying a lot ¿ publicly.

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