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Cyndi Johnson has trouble believing that bureaucratic rules may force a Billings woman out of an assisted-living home and into a nursing home — at double the cost to taxpayers.
Primrose Personal Care Home owner Cyndi Johnson, right, talks recently about resident Beth Riojas' troubles with Medicaid.
My husband, Steve, and I believe capitalism motivates innovation. We raise and market grass-fed beef and lamb and try to make a profit at our business.