Money Idaho receives from a 1998 settlement with the major tobacco firms is often a target for funding new state health care initiatives. This year is no different, with Gov. Butch Otter hoping to use some of it to help pay for adjustments to Medicaid.
Money Idaho receives from a 1998 settlement with the major tobacco firms is often a target for funding new state health care initiatives. This year is no different, with Gov. Butch Otter hoping to use some of it to help pay for adjustments to Medicaid. Michele McDonald The Boston Globe
Money Idaho receives from a 1998 settlement with the major tobacco firms is often a target for funding new state health care initiatives. This year is no different, with Gov. Butch Otter hoping to use some of it to help pay for adjustments to Medicaid. Michele McDonald The Boston Globe

Politicians want to tap Idaho’s tobacco money again — this time for Medicaid changes

February 07, 2018 11:53 AM

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