Abortion, trans care, guns and diversity get attention at upcoming Florida Medical Association meeting

It’s being described by some as a showdown for the “heart and soul” of the state’s largest medical society.

Members of the Florida Medical Association (FMA) House of Delegates will be asked in the coming weeks to vote on a number of resolutions that could not only pit members of the association against each other, but put the FMA on a crash course with legislative leaders and Gov Ron DeSantis.

Documents obtained by Florida Politics show that members of the FMA’s House of Delegates will be asked to weigh in on issues ranging from abortion to constitutional carry to providing gender

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