This 2013 photograph of a semi-automatic pistol and a revolver was taken at a gun buy back program held by the City of Miami police to reduce gun violence. A study published Friday found that who pays the hospital costs of gun violence can depend on a state’s Medicaid coverage for single adults.
This 2013 photograph of a semi-automatic pistol and a revolver was taken at a gun buy back program held by the City of Miami police to reduce gun violence. A study published Friday found that who pays the hospital costs of gun violence can depend on a state’s Medicaid coverage for single adults. Gaston De Cardenas
This 2013 photograph of a semi-automatic pistol and a revolver was taken at a gun buy back program held by the City of Miami police to reduce gun violence. A study published Friday found that who pays the hospital costs of gun violence can depend on a state’s Medicaid coverage for single adults. Gaston De Cardenas

Who pays hospital costs of gun violence? Depends on state’s Medicaid coverage

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