ABC Evening News for Friday, Jun 07, 1991
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Kathleen Betts, co-director of acute hospital reimbursement for Massachusetts department of public welfare, who found a loophole enabling the financially strapped state government to get federal funds profiled; scenes shown. [BETTS - explains her idea.] [Federal Medicaid administrator Gail WILENSKY - says it's legal.] [Governor William WELD - comments.] [Michael NORTON - suggests how governor should use the money.] Betts's background reviewed; photos shown. [BETTS - talks about being a part-time working mother.]
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