Indiana gets bad grade in public health spending

April 5, 2008
by Maureen Groppe
Indianapolis Star

Indiana received $87 million, or $13.69 per person, in competitive grants and formula funding from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2007, according to Trust for America's Health, a Washington-based nonprofit. The group, which produced the report with a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, said only Kansas ranked lower, at $13.61 per person.

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