Minnesota Legislature set to make more health care changes
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota already is on track to establish a new way for its residents to buy health insurance, and now legislators are poised to change how the state takes care of its elderly, disabled and poor.
Senators debated late Thursday their plan to spend $11.2 billion in the next two years for health care, which is second only to public school funding in the $38 billion state budget.
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