January 24, 2012
"Two state senators say they are reviewing options to either fire the administrators or shutter a $35 million state program charged with insuring Iowans with pre-existing conditions because of the program's ongoing denial of coverage to an estimated 100 HIV-positive residents." (Clayworth, Des Moines Register, 1/23)
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