Here's what the SCOTUS decision and Gov. DeSantis' new abortion ban mean for Florida.
Despite opposition from most professional medical associations, DeSantis is proposing to strip Medicaid coverage for gender-affirming care from transgender Medicaid enrollees, including minors.
Sixty-eight percent of likely voters oppose a national ban on abortion, according to a new Courier Newsroom/Data for Progress poll.
es for people who have been on the streets for years, struggle with mental illness or physical disabilities, as well as victims of domestic violence and human trafficking will be expanded.
The bill adds $200 million to the $2.9 billion previously authorized by Biden to increase the island's access to Medicaid.
The state's refusal to comply with the rules is in violation of federal law and will cost taxpayers if it does not reverse course.
The US Rep. says Gov. Ron DeSantis and the Florida Legislature “are missing in action on what’s important to most Floridians,” and promises that, if elected governor, he will veto any state budget that does not include Medicaid expansion.