How Health Reform Could Affect Kansans Living in Poverty

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Jul 31, 2012


M. Suzanne Schrandt, J.D.


This presentation was given at the annual Kansas Conference on Poverty, July 25-27 in Wichita. The conference — themed “Helping Overcome Poverty’s Existence” — included national and local experts in health and social policy and drew participants from around the country.

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