The state’s new health insurance plan has its limits, but it appears to be a good start toward common- sense health insurance solutions.
Cover Florida recently was rolled out by Gov. Charlie Crist’s administration. It is aimed at adults who are uninsured.
And in Florida, there are almost 4 million residents who are uninsured from ages 19 to 64.
The Cover Florida plan takes effect in January for applicants ages 19 to 64 who have been without health insurance for at least six months, recently unemployed, for people who have lost employer-sponsored health benefits or are no longer covered by public health insurance in the last six months.
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