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Bailey says state spending on family planning yields later Medicaid savings

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"Did Indiana miss a $7M opportunity?" - Indianapolis Star. 11/06/2011.

In a story on Indiana's failure to provide free birth control to low-income women, Martha Bailey says there's "no debate" that subsidized family planning programs reduce subsequent Medicaid spending for births and child health care costs.

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Martha J. Bailey

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