(WHAT'S AHEAD) The Week of June 13

June 2011
Community Health Funding Week;6/17/2011, p14
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The article comments on the slowdown of appropriations bills following the declaration of the U.S. House leaders that they may not approve all FY 2012 funding bills by July 4, 2012. However, officials of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said that they are working to finish remaining RFPs related to funding under the Affordable Care Act.


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