Nebraska Gets Almost $4 Million for Several Projects
April 11, 2003
The federal government has given almost $4 million to Nebraska to fund projects to grow the economy and provide health care for people with HIV/AIDS. The allocations include a $1.7 million grant from the Department of Health and Human Services to help the state provide care for low-income Nebraskans living with HIV/AIDS. The money will be used to provide medical care, support services and prescription drugs for people whose insurance has run out or whose savings have been depleted.
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