Friday, March 04, 2011
READ MORE: Pennsylvania Cuts 40,000 From Low-Income Insurance Program | Common Dreams: "Efforts to slash social spending in the name of budget deficits continue across the country. In Pennsylvania, more than 40,000 people have been dropped from a state-subsidized insurance program for the working poor. Newly elected Republican Gov. Tom Corbett cut the program adultBasic, citing a $4 billion budget deficit. The New York Times describes the move as 'one of the largest disenrollments in recent memory.'"
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