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Recent Changes in Health Policy for Low-Income People in Alabama
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Published March 1, 2002
Author Barbara A. Ormond, Alyssa Wigton
Source Urban Institute
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This study of Alabama is part of a series of reports on 13 states that examines state priority setting, program operations, and health policy affecting the low-income population.The past five years have given states new opportunities in health policy for low-income people but have also put new pressures on policy formulation.

   
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