Oregon conducts health insurance lottery
AP/Yahoo News, March 4, 2008
Oregon will draw names for the chance to enroll in a healthcare program designed for people not poor enough for Medicaid but still cannot afford to buy their own insurance. More than 80,000 people have signed up since registration for the lottery opened, but only a few thousand will be chosen for the program.
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