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To conclude that a so-called optional benefit is somehow expendable or unnecessary would be a grave misinterpretation," said a February report from the Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy, a liberal advocacy group. "The importance of these benefits is particularly clear given that Florida's Medicaid benefit package is less generous than that of many other states."

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