The Florida Legislature’s health budget chiefs are proposing deep cuts to the state’s largest spending priority: health care, including large decreases to hospital funding. Jacksonville’s University of Florida Health could be one of the hardest hit because it treats a large number of low-income patients. But the Senate’s budget leader is confident the cuts will be offset with the renewal of a federal program covering the costs of indigent health care.
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The wonkiest soap opera in Washington served up yet more of its trademark plot twists on Tuesday as the House Intelligence Committee's investigation into Russia detoured even further into partisan bickering. The upshot of the day's back-and-forth was this: Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates, a holdover from the previous administration whom President Trump fired on Jan. 31, is not barred by the White House from testifying in open...