After a raucous 60-day session, the Florida House and Senate went home, leaving two irreconcilable health care bills and at least $5 billion on the...
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Its crunch time in the Florida legislative session, in the final days before the handkerchief is dropped and they all go home. But first there are quite a few items to be resolved.
If the legislature decides to do nothing this session, we will lose $5 Billion in federal funding this year that could have gone to the state, create jobs and help hospitals pay for the care of the uninsured.
It's too easy to just tell legislators that they are wrong. The harder path is to give them the facts and hope they don't ignore...
Tempers are hot and passions are running wild across Florida as the governor and legislature go back and forth, up and down on the topic...
Out of the 50 states, Florida ranks 48th in the number of people that have health insurance. That means only two states have fewer people insured, with Texas being the worst. More than one in every five Floridians have no way but self-pay or no pay when they need medical attention.
To say that the future of Florida's health care assistance plan is in flux is a gross understatement.
A game is being played out in the halls of the Florida State Capital. Sometimes it's dodge ball, with some legislators trying to find any reason to avoid having to accept federal dollars, even if it means that almost a million of Floridians may be without an affordable safety net.
I have been involved in public health since my undergraduate days in the late 1970s, and it was no news to me that diet, exercise and familial patterns can all affect your health. The original study that verified that fact started in 1948 in Framingham, Mass.
You know: the Gary Johnson vs. Jill Stein debate. Of course, I didn't. I was at the Bob Dylan concert. But my son John watched and even live-blogged it. Of course, it's over now, but you can still read the live-blog: 10:24 - Johnson says in his closing statement: "Vote for the person you believe in. Show More Summary
The possibly russologist network RT (not to be confused with "retweet") is tonight broadcasting what will possibly be the last presidential debate of the eternal 2012 campaign, a Free and Equal-hosted affair between Green Party nominee Jill Stein and the Libertarian Party's own Gary Johnson. Show More Summary
Obama's paid a lot of attention to Madison lately, but there's another presidential candidate concentrating on Madison: Jill Stein. (And, as I said yesterday, I think Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party candidate, has a good amount of support in Madison.)
In response to the huge storm system still effecting weather across a large area, Free and Equal Elections Foundation announced that the scheduled debate between Gary Johnson and Jill Stein will be moved from October 30 to November 5. From Free & Equal: The debate will feature Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party [...]
CHICAGO—The Free & Equal debate that featured the four primary third party candidates at Hilton Chicago last night wasn’t pretty but it sure as hell was more interesting han the three official presidential debates between Mitt Romney and...Show More Summary
Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson and other third-party candidates omitted from the three presidential debates took the stage Tuesday in a TV debate. Johnson, Green Party candidate Jill Stein, Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode and Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson participated and a second debate will follow with two of them. Show More Summary
Jill Stein, Gary Johnson and two others gathered in Chicago, and agreed that civil liberties and the rule of law are under attack.
You may have thought debate season was over, but Tuesday evening four more candidates with presidential aspirations will spar. Third party candidates Gary Johnson (Libertarian Party), Jill Stein (Green Party), Virgil Goode (Constitution Party), and Rocky...
The presidential debates between Obama and Romney are nothing but a scripted beauty contest. Third party candidates Gary Johnson and Jill Stein have sued the presidential debate commission to allow inclusion of third party candidates. Show More Summary
(CNN) – On Tuesday night presidential candidates will lock horns in a debate in Chicago. The participants are not Republican or Democrat. They're third party candidates. At tonight's debate: Jill Stein (Green Party), Gary Johnson (Libertarian Party), Virgil Goode (Constitution Party) and Rocky Anderson (Justice Party), all of whom have received little attention during this [...]