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PM hits back at claims Feds to blame for Vic health budget cuts MP3

The Prime Minister today hit back at accusations that her government is responsible for hospital funding problems in Victoria. This morning, one of the state's top hospitals, The Royal Children's Hospital announced it was cutting 50 jobs. Source: abc.net.au

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