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Franken talks healthcare with providers in Perham

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Sen. Al Franken, left, talks with Stacy Hennen, Director of Grant County Human Services, and Deb Sjostrom, Otter Tail County Director of Human Services after a listening session Friday, March 17, at Perham Health, on a proposed healthcare plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. Rural health care providers, including Perham Health leaders, were concerned about cuts to Medicaid that would hurt low income, the elderly and children in rural areas, such as those served in Otter Tail County.
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