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Rhode Island state budget kicking 2,000 off health care plan

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PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The Rhode Island state budget is kicking nearly 2,000 low-income parents off a health care plan. State officials told The Providence Journal the parents will lose their coverage Friday under an effort to reduce enrollment in Rite Care, the state-financed health plan for poor families. This year's state budget aimed to save $6 million by lowering the income...

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