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Former Sen. Luke Kenley says the commission’s proposal would allow counties to “opt in” to a five-year public health program, with an 80/20, state/county split on costs. (IBJ photo/Eric Learned)
Former Sen. Luke Kenley says the commission’s proposal would allow counties to “opt in” to a five-year public health program, with an 80/20, state/county split on costs. (IBJ photo/Eric Learned)
Peter Blanchard
Friday, November 25, 2022 7:22 PM
Indiana’s poor public health outcomes have been well-documented for years: overall health of Hoosiers has been steadily declining since the early ’90s, when state ranked 26th in the nation for overall health outcomes

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