Washington state could lose more than $14 million in aid if the U.S. Prevention and Public Health Fund goes away with the Affordable Care Act. Approximately $4 million statewide goes to the Vaccine for Children program, which provides vaccines for all children in the state at no cost.
Washington state could lose more than $14 million in aid if the U.S. Prevention and Public Health Fund goes away with the Affordable Care Act. Approximately $4 million statewide goes to the Vaccine for Children program, which provides vaccines for all children in the state at no cost. PHILIP A. DWYER THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Washington state could lose more than $14 million in aid if the U.S. Prevention and Public Health Fund goes away with the Affordable Care Act. Approximately $4 million statewide goes to the Vaccine for Children program, which provides vaccines for all children in the state at no cost. PHILIP A. DWYER THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

Obamacare repeal could devastate public health and CDC funding

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