Boise police officer Jason Kindelberger, a resource officer in schools, gets a mumps and rubella shot from Central District Health immunization clinic nurse Melissa Sanders in 2015. Repeal of the Affordable Care Act could lead to a sharp reduction in federal funding for preventative care by local health departments.
Boise police officer Jason Kindelberger, a resource officer in schools, gets a mumps and rubella shot from Central District Health immunization clinic nurse Melissa Sanders in 2015. Repeal of the Affordable Care Act could lead to a sharp reduction in federal funding for preventative care by local health departments. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman
Boise police officer Jason Kindelberger, a resource officer in schools, gets a mumps and rubella shot from Central District Health immunization clinic nurse Melissa Sanders in 2015. Repeal of the Affordable Care Act could lead to a sharp reduction in federal funding for preventative care by local health departments. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman

Obamacare repeal could slash public-health funding

February 06, 2017 11:54 PM