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Medical assistance and victims of crimes a report to the Human Services, Judiciary and Appropriations Committees in accordance with Public Act no. 97-257 by Connecticut. Dept. of Social Services.

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Published by Connecticut Dept. of Social Services in [Hartford, Conn.?] .
Written in English



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  • Medicaid -- Connecticut.,
  • Victims of crimes -- Medical care -- Connecticut.,
  • Welfare recipients -- Medical care -- Connecticut.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesConnecticut medical assistance programs, Report to the Human Services, Judiciary and Appropriations Committees in accordance with Public Act no. 97-257
StatementDepartment of Social Services ; prepared in consultation with Connecticut Office of Victims Services.
ContributionsConnecticut. General Assembly. Committee on Human Services., Connecticut. General Assembly. Joint Standing Committee on Appropriations., Connecticut. General Assembly. Judiciary Committee., Connecticut. Judicial Dept. Office of Victim Services.
LC ClassificationsRA412.45.C8 C66 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination28 leaves ;
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL484653M
LC Control Number98213314

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