Economy

May 9, 2013 2:54 PM

Idaho community health centers eligible for $1.35 million to help uninsured get coverage

Eleven community health centers in Idaho will be eligible to receive an estimated $1.35 million to help uninsured Idahoans enroll in health insurance plans.

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