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We're in the News: DSHS warns clients of budget cuts

Programs for elderly, children likely to be eliminated The Olympian January 12, 2009 By Adam Wilson The state Department of Social and Health Services has been working to inform those its serves about $370 million in cuts to its budget by June.  The agency sent out notice to families who signed up for state health insurance and make between 250 percent and 300 percent of the poverty level, telling them that the program was canceled because of cuts in this year's budget.

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