Proposal to undo many of health-service cuts in Dupage County, IL, moves forward
Chicago Tribune, March 5, 2008
A DuPage County, IL board committee has voted to recommend restoring funding for several items reduced or dropped under financial belt-tightening at the end of 2006, including medical care. One of the programs that will see additional funding through the move is Access DuPage, which connects low-income uninsured county residents with doctors and hospitals willing to treat them without a fee.
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