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Saturday's can't-miss Web content: State works to keep doctors

8:34 PM, Jun. 28, 2013  |  Comments
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After the Wisconsin Hospital Association reported in late 2011 that Wisconsin had to attract or retain at least 100 physicians annually for the next 20 years - beginning in 2015 - to avoid a physician shortage in 2030, the state's medical community and health care systems sought ways to curb the potential shortfall.

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Three residents filed nomination papers last week for the vacant common council seat left by Teege Mettille in District 1, setting up a primary July 23.

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