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Twelve hospitals, in four states, sued Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar in federal court, claiming he illegally reduced the number of residents they could claim per year under a Medicare program for hospitals to train medical residents.

WASHINGTON — Twelve hospitals, in four states, brought a federal complaint that accuses Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar of having illegally reduced the number of residents they could claim per year under a Medicare program for hospitals to train medical residents.

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