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    Seventeen people testified at the Capitol Annex Monday during the state’s second and final public hearing on Kentucky’s revised federal Medicaid waiver application. The first hearing was held Friday in Somerset.

Seventeen people testified at the Capitol Annex Monday during the state’s second and final public hearing on Kentucky’s revised federal Medicaid waiver application. The first hearing was held Friday in Somerset. Jack Brammer jbrammer@herald-leader.com
Seventeen people testified at the Capitol Annex Monday during the state’s second and final public hearing on Kentucky’s revised federal Medicaid waiver application. The first hearing was held Friday in Somerset. Jack Brammer jbrammer@herald-leader.com

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