Minnesota legislators make healthcare proposals
Minneapolis Star Tribune, March 17, 2009
Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party leaders on healthcare in Minnesota have released a wide range of legislative proposals, including setting up 24-hour emergency dental clinics and birthing centers for deliveries, and said the long-term savings would climb into hundreds of millions of dollars. But they acknowledged that some initiatives would initially cost money, a likely source of conflict in a session focused on erasing a $4.6 billion budget deficit.
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