Concerns grow as Iowa health debate drags on

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Posted: Monday, May 13, 2013 12:00 am

DES MOINES (AP) — As negotiations drag on in the State Capitol over providing health coverage for low-income residents, some Iowans are starting to worry about what the debate means for their doctor visits.

Kyrie Borsay is one of about 66,000 residents enrolled in IowaCare, a limited-benefit program funded by the state and federal governments and offered to people with low wages who don't qualify for Medicaid. She has heard conflicting information about what will happen to the program later this year.

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