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Soaring costs of healthcare for asylum seekers and refugees is worrying state governments. The three most populous states want the Commonwealth to provide more funds to meet the growing needs. Victoria's Health Minister David Davis will put his concerns to a joint meeting of states and the Commonwealth in Sydney on Friday. Source: abc.net.au

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