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Luring Doctors And Lawyers To Rural America

Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Rural brain drain is not a new phenomenon, but some rural communities are trying to attract doctors and lawyers in new ways. In March, South Dakota became the first state to pass a law that offers annual subsidies to lawyers who agree to live and work in rural areas.

Source: NPR

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