Public Programs

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Health Insurance - Comparison - United States
... Public programs provide the primary source of coverage for most senior citizens and for low-income children and families who meet certain eligibility requirements ... The primary public programs are Medicare, a federal social insurance program for seniors and certain disabled individuals, Medicaid, funded jointly by the federal government and ... Other public programs include military health benefits provided through TRICARE and the Veterans Health Administration and benefits provided through the Indian ...
Southern Exposure (art Space) - Programs - Public Programs
... talks, screenings, education programs, and symposia to create forums on contemporary aesthetic, sociopolitical and cultural issues, and that are designed to expand on ideas and issues presented in ...
Bob Graham Center For Public Service - Public Programs
... The Center regularly hosts public events, featuring to date seven former state governors, four sitting or former United States senators, four sitting or former ... These events are free and open to the public and most feature audience question-and-answer sessions ...

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