NJ eyes others as it strives for a health plan
AP/Philadelphia Inquirer, December 27, 2007
New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine said finding health insurance for the 1.4 million New Jerseyans who lack it ranks among the state's top problems, but he doesn't expect to solve it in 2008. He said the state--facing a projected $3 billion budget deficit for next year--cannot afford it.
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