Michigan Lawmakers Approve Request For State Health Agency to Use Private Funds for HIV/AIDS Program
June 4, 2009
The Michigan Department of Community Health recently received approval from state lawmakers to use $3.2 million in private funds to support the state's AIDS Drug Assistance Program, the AP/Detroit News reports. Michigan's House and Senate Appropriations Committees also approved requests by other state agencies to shift funds as a means to continue public programs that were affected by budget cuts ordered last month (Eggert, AP/Detroit News, 6/4).
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