Governor Bobby Jindal urges hospital board to review all options | WWL

Gov. Bobby Jindal is encouraging the board overseeing a new public medical center planned for New Orleans to look at different options, opening the door to scale back a $1.2 billion proposal under pressure from fellow GOP leaders. Jindal asked University Medical Center board members Monday not to limit their research to the plan offered by LSU to replace its Charity Hospital, which was flooded in 2005 by Hurricane Katrina.
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