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Schomacker, Weber to host listening sessions

LUVERNE -- Minnesota House Aging and Long Term Care Policy Chairman Joe Schomacker, R-Luverne, and State Senator Bill Weber, R-Luverne, are hosting two listening sessions to discuss Minnesota's historic nursing home funding and reform law and to ...

LUVERNE - Minnesota House Aging and Long Term Care Policy Chairman Joe Schomacker, R-Luverne, and State Senator Bill Weber, R-Luverne, are hosting two listening sessions to discuss Minnesota’s historic nursing home funding and reform law and to learn about its local impacts.
The first session is scheduled for 3:45 to 4:15 p.m. Jan. 18 at the Good Samaritan Society-Mary Jane Brown Home, 110 S. Walnut Ave., Luverne. The second is set for 3 to 3:30 p.m. Jan. 19 at Edgebrook Care Center, 505 Trosky Road W., Edgerton.

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