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Scott rebuffs Nelson on health insurance rate bill

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Friday signed a bill that removes the ability of state regulators to challenge health insurance rates for a two-year period. U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson had called for the bill to be vetoed, saying the legislation was "unconscionable." The GOP-controlled Florida Legislature passed the bill (SB 1842) in response to President Barack Obama's federal...

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