Florida won't comply with health-care reform

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Health insurers that overcharge Florida consumers won't be required to issue rebate checks here, one of a raft of consequences emerging after a federal lower-court judge declared the Affordable Care Act void.
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Atlanta, GA

#21 Feb 13, 2011
Tea Party Tim wrote:
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Oh c'mon....Rick Scott's company only committed fourteen felonies and was fined just $1.7 billion (yes, BILLION) for Medicare fraud that occurred while he was in charge. That's not a big deal, is it?
Obo said this program has 500 billion in waste and fraud, lets scrap it. In this case, the people that committed the fraud went to jail.

Galloway, OH

#22 Feb 13, 2011
Don't comply, don't buy!

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