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Saturday May 27, 2017

Chris Buchanan, the acting director of the Indian Health Service. Photo: SCIA
The Indian Health Service, as anyone will tell you, is broken but can it be fixed? And without putting more money into the already-underfunded system? Some Republicans in Congress think so.
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