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  • Armstrong addresses idaho 'Gap' committee

    Idaho Health and Welfare chief Dick Armstrong informs a legislative committee studying the gap population about who makes up the 78,000 in the 'Gap': among them are former prisoners who need followup health care and Idaho enrollees in the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP).

Idaho Health and Welfare chief Dick Armstrong informs a legislative committee studying the gap population about who makes up the 78,000 in the 'Gap': among them are former prisoners who need followup health care and Idaho enrollees in the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP). rehlert@idahostatesman.com
Idaho Health and Welfare chief Dick Armstrong informs a legislative committee studying the gap population about who makes up the 78,000 in the 'Gap': among them are former prisoners who need followup health care and Idaho enrollees in the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP). rehlert@idahostatesman.com

Committee to discuss coverage for Idahoans in 'the gap'

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