Idaho awarded $9.6 million for community health center improvements


Sen. Dean Cameron, R-Rupert, says it will take two years of data for an accurate comparison of health insurance rates in Idaho under Obamacare.

Health centers in Nampa, Twin Falls and Glenns Ferry have been awarded money from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services totaling $9.6 million, according to the Idaho Statesman.

The money is part of a large sum of grant money provided under the Affordable Care Act to expand services over the course of the next five years.

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  1. John Rusche

    Oh, no! The dreaded federal Affordable Care Act money here in Idaho, trying to improve care for the low income. Shouldn’t we send it back?

  2. Dennis

    Mr Rusche,you should move back to what ever liberal state you moved here from.And yes give it back,since it came out of the HHS slush fund stolen from Medicare fund and never voted on by Congress.And it is another Obama kiss ass for votes.

  3. Hazim

    I am not sure which commercial you are talnikg about, there are a few out there, could you find it on the web and send me the link so I can look into it? I will find the answer if I can.

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