The former beneficiaries of a state health care program were not entitled to the money from a 2001 tobacco settlement that funded the insurance, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has decided.

But the court chose not to rule on a challenge to the Fiscal Code amendments that redirected the funds, although it did warn that the amendments in question may push the boundaries on constitutionally acceptable lawmaking.

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