About 5,200ta Task Force recommendations on health insurance extend More State ResidentsA new South Dakota health insurance risk pool cover to more than 5,000 expanding uninsured citizens would, according to a final report published on Monday by the Zaniya Task Force, the Sioux Falls Argus Leader reports. The Task Force , which sought within the framework of a recently enacted state law to develop recommendations to ensure that all residents have access to affordable health care.
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