Nevada ranks dead last in health spending
May 31, 2015
by Steven Moore
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Alaska, the District of Columbia, New York and Hawaii have more than $100 per resident in their state public health budgets, money in addition to the federal funding. Nevada’s state public health budget averages $7.85 per person, according to the Trust for America’s Health, a Washington-based health policy group.
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