General Assistance Medical Care lives another month
ST. PAUL -- Low-income Minnesotans who depend on a state program for health care won a one-month extension.
General Assistance Medical Care will remain in operation a month longer than expected, Gov. Tim Pawlenty and Human Services Commissioner Cal Ludeman announced Wednesday. The new date for the program to end is April 1.
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