With the House and Senate divided over whether to accept federal dollars to expand health insurance for poor Floridians, Senate budget chief Joe Negron said Tuesday he is open to finding a middle ground.
“My goal is for people to have health insurance, with them paying part of these premiums,” Negron, R-Stuart said. “I would prefer a premium assistance program along the lines of the Senate plan. But this process requires people of good will to enter into principled agreements with the other side.”
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