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Minnesota House Speaker Margaret Anderson Kelliher of Minneapolis and House Chief Clerk Albin Mathiowetz Monday discuss whether a proposed health and services amendment is germane to the bill. Photo by Don Davis, St. Paul Capitol Bureau.

Health care spending plans take shape

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By Scott Wente

St. Paul Capitol Bureau

ST. PAUL - Hospitals take a funding hit while most nursing homes are protected.

Low-income Minnesotans keep their government-subsidized health insurance while some doctors lose state aid for treating the poor.

Facilities caring for patients with long-term illnesses lose some state support while more children are eligible for public-supported health insurance.

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