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May 2, 2013 12:00 AM

Stakes high for Manatee County as state health care duel winds down

Florida House Republicans' steadfast rejection of billions in federal health care assistance for low-income residents will have terrible consequences on Florida -- and especially Manatee County -- unless the Legislature's lower chamber reverses course in the next two days.

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