Letters to the Editor for Dec. 16
Pawlenty's GAMC funding cuts hurt patients and providers
In April 2010, thousands of Minnesotans, many of whom have mental or chemical health diagnoses, will no longer be able to count on seeing their doctor or taking their prescription medication.
That's because last legislative session, Gov. Tim Pawlenty cut funding to General Assistance Medical Care, a program that provides health care coverage for people who make less than $8,000 per year.
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