TALLAHASSEE (AP) — Making health care more affordable for more Floridians and the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act will be the main focus of a meeting Monday between Gov. Rick Scott and U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.

Scott has been a vocal critic of so-called “Obamacare” but softened his stance after the election, saying he was willing to work with federal officials. He’s repeatedly expressed concerns about potential costs to Florida taxpayers.

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Florida must decide whether to expand its Medicaid rolls, which could extend coverage to roughly 900,000 low-income residents.

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The state will also decide whether to pursue a partnership or let federal officials run a state health exchange. The exchange is an online marketplace where residents and small businesses can shop for coverage.

Florida spent about $21 billion on Medicaid this year to cover nearly 3 million people.

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