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It certainly is if you have to invest it in equipment and all
that kind of thing.
Yes. We don't know that yet. They have to apply for it,
and then people review it and say, “Oh, it's too much money -- it
should be cut. Normally it should be given to some other state.”
Koch is probably going to be governor of the state, don't you think?
At this stage I don't know whether he's going to or not. Cuomo
seems to be coming up, doesn't he?
Well, it's generally thought that Koch is going to be
governor. I don't know.
It depends on how he goes over upstate.
Yes, that may not be so good.
He's a city man and very much a city man, and whether he appeals
to the rural population is I guess a question.
Well, at any rate, he asked Mrs. Robert Wagner to ask me
if I would make a New York State health plan, and so I thought I
wouldn't do that, because they'd never do anything. However, then
I thought. . .
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