Oregon Health Authority Could Face Deep Cuts To Behavioral Health, Medicaid 

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The Oregon Health Authority may freeze new behavioral health programs, remove nearly one-quarter of the beds from Oregon State Hospital and pare back Medicaid services, even as the state reels from the pandemic with thousands of laid-off Oregonians applying for free health coverage under the Oreg


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