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Live chat on medical assistance in Pa.

Inquirer public health reporter Don Sapatkin will chat live at noon on Tuesday, Jan. 17, about medical assistance in Pennsylvania, where 88,000 children have lost health insurance since August.

Live chat on medical assistance in Pa.

Inquirer public health reporter Don Sapatkin will chat live at noon on Tuesday, Jan. 17, about medical assistance in Pennsylvania, where 88,000 children have lost health insurance since August. On a mobile phone? Click here.

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