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Posted June 07, 2014, at 12:09 p.m.

AUGUSTA, Maine — MaineGeneral Medical Center wanted to build a 192-bed hospital in Augusta. The large, state-of-the-art building would replace three smaller, older facilities in Augusta and Waterville. Hospital officials believed the new place would be more efficient and safer for patients. But they needed $280 million to make it …

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