Voters in Medina County in South Texas will go to the polls at a special election on June 16 to establish a hospital district. If approved, the district could issue bonds supported by a levy of up to 10 cents per $100 of assessed property value to support Medina Regional Hospital.

If the referendum passes, a seven-member board would be elected in 2010 to oversee the district. A similar measure was defeated in 2000.

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