Grant to Pennsylvania hospital linked to job growth
Pennsylvania-based Butler Health System expects to have an easier time paying off its construction debt for its modernization project because of a $13.4 million grant from the state. The health system will receive aid worth $670,000 each year for the next 20 years, and the money is contingent on the health system's creation of 500 new jobs.
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