Clinics, med school warn Minnesota may have trouble keeping young doctors

The deal that ended Minnesota's government shutdown also cut state funding for training doctors from $58 million to $31 million. In a state that grows most of its own doctors - and has a surge of retirements looming - that could lead to a shortage in the not-too-distant future.
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The deal that ended Minnesota's government shutdown also cut state funding for training doctors from $58 million to $31 million. In a state that grows most of its own doctors - and has a surge of retirements looming - that could lead to a shortage in the not-too-distant future.

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