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GALLUP POLL ON NURSING HOMES TO BE RELEASED

 GALLUP POLL ON NURSING HOMES TO BE RELEASED
 Care Providers of Minnesota and the Gallup Organization, Inc.,


Princeton, N.J. will release the results of a public opinion poll measuring Minnesotans support for the additional long-term health care spending in St. Paul, Minn. at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 25, 1992, in Room 181 of the Minnesota State Office Building.
 The poll will explain:
 -- How Minnesotans rate the quality of nursing home care.
 -- If there is support for additional state funding for long-term care programs.
 -- Minnesotans' support for various long-term care financing proposals.
 State Sen. Linda Berglin (DFL-Minneapolis) and State Rep. Lee Greenfield (DFL-Minneapolis) have introduced legislation to provide additional state funding to improve Minnesota's nursing homes and will be in attendance to explain the provisions of their proposals.
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 /CONTACT: Dean Neumann of Care Providers of Minnesota, 612-854-2844/ CO: Care Providers of Minnesota ST: Minnesota IN: MTC SU:


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