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This chapter focuses on the health projects that states are implementing with their federal ELC grants. Nine of the 20 state grantees opted to address the offered priority of health promotion. The states are: California, Delaware, Maryland and North Carolina, which received funding in 2012; New Mexico and Oregon, which received funding in 2013; and Michigan, New Jersey and Vermont, which received funding in 2014. In order to understand the ELC health experiences to date, interviews were conducted with individuals identified by each of these nine states in late 2014. (author abstract)
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