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Continued: Hot Dish Politics: Raises for care providers is sailing with support from all

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In a fact sheet accompanying his statement of support, Dayton noted savings to the state when elderly and disabled people are cared for at home rather than in an institution — savings estimated at nearly $20,000 per year for an elderly person and $11,000 for a person with disabilities.

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