Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, July 7th, 2002
Voters rejected a property tax increase in February 2002 that would have funded bioterrorism work at the Tulsa City-County Health Department. The tax initiative would have generated about $2.2 million per year, with $900,000 going to bioterrorism response.
The approved federal funds will flow to the Tulsa City-County Health Department from the state Health Department, which will distribute $13 million around the state.
The deal was approved by Congress in May, said Dr. Beverly Mathis,...
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