Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy (FCFEP)

Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy (FCFEP) conducts independent research, develops new ideas, and advises policymakers on state fiscal and economic policy. The Center pays close attention to how policy impacts low- and moderate-income individuals, families and neighborhoods, workers and small businesses. The Center works toward public awareness of the need to adequately fund programs that improve opportunities, choices, quality of life outcomes and the economic well-being of all Floridians, especially children. FCFEP’s advocacy work includes publishing independent research, identifying new ideas, and advising policymakers on emerging state health coverage issues. See below for more information about FCFEP’s recent activities, accomplishments, and advocacy work and tools!

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  • FCFEP Publishes Issue Brief on Florida’s Struggle to Recover from Recession

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    FL: The Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy released an issue brief on U.S. Census Bureau data.  Florida, Texas and Nevada had the highest percentages of uninsured residents in the country.  The state’s uninsured rate declined slightly since 2009 and nearly 3.9 million residents lacked insurance in 2013.

  • FCFEP Analyzes Florida Health Coverage by the Numbers

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    FL: The Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy published The Condition of Florida by the Numbers, examining the state of health coverage and other important socio-economic factors in the State.  According to the report, four million Floridians lack health insurance, Florida has the second highest rate of uninsured children in the Southern U.S., and Florida 48th in percentage of uninsured residents and 51st in per capita funding received from the ACA.  

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