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Gov. Fallin Signs Health Care Funding Bills

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A step forward for health care in Oklahoma Friday, as the Governor signs two bills to help fund Medicaid services.

It took less than 30 minutes for the measures to pass the House, pushing them on to the Governor's desk.

Now, more than $17-million dollars will go to the Oklahoma Health Care Authority, while more than $26-million will go to the Department of Human Services.

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