Crowded budget threatens New Orleans hospital
New Orleans Times-Picayune, March 13, 2008
Due to Lousiana's construction budget being overloaded, New Orleans lawmakers and Louisiana State University System officials say they are worried about the prospects for a teaching medical center proposed to replace Charity Hospital in the city. Several state officials say the project is not in immediate peril, but the hospital still must eventually compete for financing with a backlog of projects.
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