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September 18, 2011 12:00 AM

ELECTION 2011: When every dollar counts, timing is poor for Initiative 1163

Initiative 1163

This measure would reinstate background checks, training, and other requirements for long-term care workers and providers, if amended in 2011; and address financial accountability and administrative expenses of the long-term in-home program. Should this measure be enacted into law?

q Yes

q No

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