BRADENTON, Fla. – Early voting is under way in Miami-Dade County where voters are being asked whether they will tax themselves to issue $830 million in general obligation bonds for the public Jackson Health System.

If voters approve the 30-year bonds, proceeds would be used to modernize, improve, and equip Jackson Health System’s facilities throughout the state’s most populous county.

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