AHA Re: Limited Repeal of IMD Exclusion for Adult Medicaid Beneficiaries with Substance Use Disorder Act

AHA letter to Representatives Greg Walden, and Frank Pallone expressing support for The Limited Repeal of the IMD Exclusion for Adult Medicaid Beneficiaries with Substance Use Disorder Act. 

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