NJ, FEDS BOTH SPENDING LESS MONEY ON PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMS
May 8, 2014
by Andrew Kitchenman
New Jersey Spotlight
The newly issued reportfound that New Jersey ranked 26th in state public-health spending in 2012-13, at $24.96 per capita.
But the state was only 45th in the amount that it received from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), at $15.70 per capita, and 34th in federal Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) funding, at $18.67 per capita.
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