What happens when your state takes away your health insurance and the government then picks up the tab?
The answer, in one way or another, will affect your entire life.
A few years ago, the state of Florida was considering a plan to let insurers negotiate directly with hospitals and the hospitals would pay for care.
The plan was called the Sunshine Policy.
Florida Governor Rick Scott (R) supported the plan.
In January 2017, the Florida legislature passed legislation to repeal the Sunshine policy.
“It is a plan designed to allow insurance companies to negotiate directly on behalf of patients,” Scott said at the time.
“We believe this is the right thing to do for Florida and the people of Florida.”
In March 2017, Scott signed legislation to remove Medicare funding from the Sunshine plan.
“As a state and the country we are going to make it a priority to make sure we keep the most vulnerable people and families alive and well,” Scott told reporters.
The law, known as the Medicaid Reauthorization Act, is a repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
The ACA was signed into law by President Barack Obama in 2010, and the act gives states a lot of flexibility when it comes to Medicaid and other health care programs.
As a result, it was possible for states to cut Medicaid funding to the hospitals, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.
A new bill introduced by Senate Republicans in March 2017 would repeal Medicaid funding from all hospitals.
It would also eliminate all federal funding for Medicaid.
Under the Affordable Health Care Act, the federal government will provide health care subsidies to low-income Americans who have income up to 138% of the federal poverty level.
According to the Congressional Budget Office, Medicaid spending in states will increase as a result of this change.
At the same time, a lot more people will lose their health insurance than they will gain, according a report by the Urban Institute.
Currently, the Sunshine and Medicaid plans will cost Florida $15 billion a year.
Scott and his Republican colleagues will be looking to get the Sunshine, Medicaid and Medicare programs eliminated through other means, such as through legislation.
Florida will lose $8 billion in federal funding and lose an additional $8.3 billion in state revenues over the next decade, according the report.
So, will we see a dramatic reduction in hospitals?
Well, it depends.
Health care is expensive, according one expert.
One study found that Medicare spending could decrease by about $8 per patient per year.
This would reduce the amount of health care spending per person by $9.4 billion, according The Commonwealth Fund.
The Medicaid program will save Florida $6.6 billion in 2019.
More than 20,000 people died during the recession, according data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The Sunshine policy was meant to help people with chronic health problems pay for their care, but Scott has said he doesn’t think it’s the best way to address that.
Instead, he wants to create a new model for treating people with cancer.
The new law will allow hospitals to charge $1,200 for an MRI and $3,200 a CT scan.
The hospital would then take a cut of those costs.
This model is also likely to save the hospitals money in the long run, according Dr. John Binder, a professor of psychiatry at Duke University.
It will lower costs for the health care system, and it’s a more effective way of helping people with diseases like diabetes, heart disease and other chronic diseases, he said.
What about people who can’t afford insurance?
While it’s possible to save money through a new program, that doesn’t mean people will be able to keep coverage for long.
If you don’t have insurance, the cost of your care will increase.
That’s because people who don’t get insurance are often the ones with health conditions that cost more.
A 2016 study from the National Center for Health Statistics found that people who have health insurance can face a higher cost than those without.
The study found people with health insurance are about six times more likely to have health conditions like cancer and heart disease.
There’s also a potential savings in terms of the number of doctors and hospitals that would close down.
“There’s a potential to make a lot less money from the closure of those facilities,” Binder said.
The Affordable Health Act also provides financial assistance for people who are denied insurance.
The federal government provides financial aid to people who get health insurance coverage and have health issues, including cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
If you’re eligible, you can get help applying for financial aid.
How to apply to the Sunshine Program