Hospital tax could benefit Milwaukee
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, January 26, 2009
Gov. Jim Doyle's proposal to tax hospital revenue in Wisconsin would attract nearly a billion dollars in federal matching funds in its first three years, including nearly $300 million for hospitals in the Milwaukee area alone, according to state projections. Every healthcare system with hospitals in Milwaukee County would come out ahead, the projections show.
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