Study: Medicaid premiums too high
New premiums and copay proposals for Florida Medicaid beneficiaries, including $100 for every non-emergency ER visit, are among the highest in the country and a new study warns it could cause hundreds of thousands to drop out because they can't afford to pay them, according to a report released Wednesday by Georgetown University.
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#1 Dec 8, 2011
This is directly targeted as discriminating against people with Autism whom have appx. 96 % National unemployment rate and are among the most impoverished of all Citizens, to make Autism people receive inferior and lesser health care, while intentionally redistricting Florida voting to exclude representational equality of Autism people to enable us to change this Autism disability discriminatory system.
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