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updated: 3/28/2013 7:53 AM

State grant goes to nursing assistant program

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State officials have announced a $750,000 grant to help health care workers get job training.

The grant for New Start, Inc. will help form a training program for certified nursing assistants at the National Latino Education Institute in Chicago and a Springfield office of New Start, which is a nonprofit established in 1971 that helps with job training.

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Gov. Pat Quinn and officials with the National Latino Education Institute announced the grant Wednesday at a news conference.

Quinn says the investment will insure that more people are able to get training in the critical field of health care.

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