Although three different Medicaid expansion alternatives were proposed during the regular Legislative Session, the two chambers could not reach consensus on certain major components of their respective plans; namely, whether or not to draw down billions of dollars in federal funds made available to the state through the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), and whether or not to offer coverage to childless adults.  While the Senate passed a SB 1816, which was supported by Governor Scott, House Democrats, and Rep. Fasano, and would have used the federal dollars to provide health insurance to individuals earning up to 138 percent of the federal poverty level, the House proposed and passed a plan that relied solely on state funds to provide coverage for certain individuals earning less than 100 percent of the federal poverty level.  In the days following the close of Session, House Democrats and U.S. Senator Bill Nelson have called on the Governor to convene a Special Session to settle the issue, although no commitment has yet been made.