Battle lines hardened Friday over health insurance as a House budget panel advanced a plan that falls far short of a more sweeping push backed by Gov. Rick Scott, the Senate and many business leaders.
The House proposal would extend health coverage to 115,000 Floridians living below the federal poverty line and cost state taxpayers $237 million annually.
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