Veto, unallotments present NCHS budget challenges
Gov. Tim Pawlenty's May 14 line-item veto of a health care program for poor adults means the loss of $4.8 million to North Country Health Services.
Pawlenty's budget-trimming last week through unallotment will add to the problem, but it's the loss of General Assistance Medical Care dollars that most affects NCHS, says CEO and President Jim Hanko.
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