Lorraine Langlois, CEO of Metro Inclusive Health, will retire in December, according to the nonprofit’s board of directors.
The top executive at the LGBTQ health provider will leave in December.
The president is under pressure to act after Roe v. Wade was overturned two weeks ago.
The president said the Supreme Court majority that overturned Roe v. Wade are “playing fast and loose with the facts.”
Here’s what we know after the end of Roe v. Wade.


  1. Manuel-Alejandro "Alex" Gutierrez-Rodriguez, was arrested on March 24 on a probation violation charge. More than a dozen patients accused him of abandoning them after they paid him thousands of dollars.
  2. The website is seen on Dec. 14, 2021, in Fort Washington, Md. A federal judge in Texas who previously ruled to dismantle the Affordable Care Act struck down a narrower but key part of the nation's health law Thursday in a decision that opponents say could jeopardize preventive screenings for millions of Americans.
  3. Health care advocates are warning that close to a million Floridians could lose health insurance when the state in April begins a review of the eligibility of almost 5 million Medicaid recipients.
  4. Narcan, the overdose-reversal drug, has been approved by the FDA to be sold over the counter.
  5. People attend an abortion rights rally organized by Florida Rep. Michele Rayner and the Pinellas Democratic Progressive Caucus on the steps of the county courthouse downtown on May 3, 2022, in St. Petersburg.
  6. Florida lawmakers are expanding eligibility for KidCare, a health insurance program, but there is no move to follow North Carolina, where lawmakers recently voted to expand Medicaid to an estimated 600,000 residents. The Florida Capitol in Tallahassee is pictured above.
  7. With Original Medicare, the Medicare recipient can make as much money as needed and not lose medical benefits, unlike Medicaid benefits which you can lose if you make too much money.
  8. Volunteer dentist Shazia Malik examines the mouth of new patient Roosevelt Jones at the Community Dental Clinic in Clearwater on Jan. 18, 2018. Low-income adult patients aren't charged for the services. The nonprofit organization just asks for a donation. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD   |   Times ]
  9. Florida’s Medicaid program covers children ages 5 and younger in households that make $33,408 or less and older children whose parents make up to $31,795.
  10. Tampa Bay Times Top Workplaces 2023.
  11. Jazmyn Williams, 22, of St. Petersburg raises a fist and marches during an abortion protest on Saturday, July 2, 2022 in Tampa. "I'm a woman," Williams said. "I was born with rights that will never be taken away."
  12. Protesters hold cardboard signs shaped like tombstones in front of the Marriott Fort Lauderdale Airport in early August 2022 as the Florida Board of Medicine meets inside. A group of parents and transgender children filed a federal lawsuit Thursday against the medical board, among others, for its ban on gender-affirming care for youth.
  13. Joseph Ladapo speaks during a news conference at the Don Soffer Clinical Research Center at the University of Miami on Tuesday, May 17, 2022.
  14. Trans pride flags fly at a gathering to celebrate International Transgender Day of Visibility in 2017.
  15. Culex lactator, a new mosquito species found in Florida, comes from a group of mosquito species that transmit the West Nile and St. Louis encephalitis viruses. The mosquito species originates in Central America and northern South America, according to University of Florida researchers.
  16. Manuel Alejandro "Alex" Gutierrez-Rodriguez, a Tampa orthodontist.
  17. Mike and Christine Ortoll. Christine died of a drug overdose in Nov. 2020. Her father is now producing documentaries to honor her desire to help others struggling with addiction.
  18. Bob Croslin reacts as he is given a series of vaccines including shingles, mmr and pneumovax, by RN Robert Leverett at Moffitt Cancer Center on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2022 in Tampa. Beginning January 1, 2023, the Inflation Reduction Act eliminated all out-of-pocket costs for vaccines which the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommends for adults.
  19. In this 2017 file photo, Rose Llauget, director of pregnancy and adoption services with Catholic Charities Diocese of St. Petersburg Inc., replaces a doll representing the early stages of pregnancy at her office in Tampa.
  20. David Shern, who was chairperson of Florida’s 1999 Commission on Mental Health and Substance Abuse, displays the group’s 2001 report at his home office in Hillsborough County on Feb. 2.
  21. The beaches off Indian Rocks Beach are flush with visitors despite the presence of red tide earlier this month.
  22. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks during an event on his book tour on Saturday, March 11, 2023, in Las Vegas.
  23. This image provided by Betty Seaman shows Navy A-6 Intruder pilot Jim Seaman. Navy Capt. Jim Seaman died of lung cancer at the age of 61. His widow Betty Seaman has been part of a large group of aviators and their surviving spouses who have lobbied Congress and the Pentagon for years to look into the number of cancers aviators and ground crew face. In a new study the Pentagon has found alarmingly higher rates of cancer among aviators than in the U.S. general population, and has further reviews planned. (Betty Seaman via AP)
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