Until she was laid off from her job at a cell phone company, Toni Rosenberg said she’d always prided herself on being self-sufficient.
“I come from a generation taught not to ask for much,” said Rosenberg, 68, of Boca Raton. “Something like Medicaid, that was always for poor people. Not for me.”
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Before the legislature
Approval of an expansion of Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. The federal government last week allowed Florida to put Medicaid into managed care in exchange for the expansion.