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Continued: The federal budget fallout in Minnesota

  • Article by: , Associated Press
  • Last update: February 24, 2013 - 9:10 PM

• Minnesota would lose about $507,000 to help upgrade response to public health threats such as infectious diseases or natural disasters.

• About $1.2 million in grants that help prevent and treat substance abuse would be cut.

• The Minnesota Department of Health would lose about $127,000, resulting in about 3,200 fewer HIV tests.

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• Minnesota would lose about $845,000 for meals for seniors.

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