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Report: Florida’s Economic Outlook is ‘Grim’

Florida’s economic outlook is not looking too good, according to a new report.

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Bill Nelson Asks Feds To Investigate Florida’s Unemployment System (Again)

Florida was a key example of “how a lack of funding in many states … routinely lead to higher costs, botched systems and infuriating technical problems …”

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State Officials Levy Fines On Company Behind Florida’s Troubled Unemployment Website

After months of trouble following the launch of Florida’s new unemployment benefits website, the state has begun fining Deloitte Consulting– the contractor hired to create the new site.

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Rick Scott Moves Further Away From Medicaid Expansion in Florida

Gov. Rick Scott’s vocal support for Medicaid expansion is waning.

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Medicaid Expansion In Florida Still Unlikely Amid Mixed Reports

Despite reporting that there is some effort to get Florida Republicans to accept federal dollars to expand Medicaid coverage to about a million people in the state, lawmakers and experts say this part of the Affordable Care Act still faces a really tough fight in the Florida Legislature.

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Florida Veterans Face Some Of The Longest Waits For Disability Claim Appeals

St. Petersburg tops a list of cities in the U.S. with the most pending disability claims for former service members.

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Report: Fast Food Industry Is Costing Florida Millions

A new report from the University of California-Berkeley shows that low-paying fast food jobs are costing Florida millions of dollars every year.

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Health Care Exchange Problems Persist In Florida

A deluge of Floridians have visited the federal health care exchange websites, but what most people have seen are error messages. Things haven’t gotten much better in the two weeks since the websites were launched as a key piece of the Affordable Care Act.

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Obamacare Exchanges Go Online In Florida, Are Met With Strong Demand

An online marketplace where people can compare and shop for health insurance went online this week. So, far Floridians have been signing up in droves.

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Florida Legislators Will Pay More For Health Insurance Next Year

Florida lawmakers will be paying more for health care soon.

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