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DULUTH, MN– Congressman Pete Stauber (MN-08) visited Duluth Wednesday, taking part in a rural healthcare round table.
Stauber joined other key health care players to hash out some of the biggest needs, including finding ways to help the Northland’s most rural hospitals stay competitive.
“One of the ways we do that is make sure we deploy broadband internet, so that access via the internet, that telemedicine is available. We want our rural health care facilities to remain viable and competitive,” Stauber said.
The opioid crisis, and rural healthcare are topics that are impacting us here in the Northland. On Monday, Rep. Pete Stauber was in the Northland speaking with officials about these topics.
Stauber was joined by Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services Eric Hargan and Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Stephen Censky.
One of their trips was to Community Memorial Hospital in Cloquet. Stauber says this was in an effort to emphasize to his staff that rural healthcare matters.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Pete Stauber (MN-08) made the following statement in regard to President Trump’s proposed 2020 budget: