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Budget agreement to keep community health centers open (access required)

A recently passed bipartisan budget agreement is set to ensure that Rochester's community health centers will keep their doors open over the next two years. Signed by President Trump on Wednesday, Feb. 8, the $400 billion budget deal ended a brief government shutdown and, among a litany of other stipulations, added a two-year extension to community ...

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