Florida Gov. Scott against Medicaid expansion

In 2013, Florida's Republican Gov. Rick Scott supported expanding Medicaid. "While the federal government is committed to paying 100 percent of the cost of new people in Medicaid, I cannot in good conscience deny the uninsured access to care," Scott said, calling for a three-year program that could be reversed if the federal government did not follow through on funding promises. Now, two years later, Scott said he opposes expanding the program, the Washington Post reported. The Obama administration plans to cut off Low-Income Pool funds after June, which Scott sees as the federal government failing to live up to its funding promise. His change of heart may not be all that suprising, WaPo noted. After his 2013 pro-expansion speech, Scott neglected to campaign for Medicaid expansion. Article