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Topic - Brandon M. Macsata
Mr. Macsata said that in several other states, the waiting list started again several months after being winnowed down to zero.
"The dollars aren't keeping up with the bodies. There's no guarantee that in three months, there won't be a waiting list," he said. "If you're making somebody one day eligible and the next day not eligible, that's not [fixing] the crisis."