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HARRISBURG Pa. - (AP) Three people who were covered by a state-run health care plan for lower-income adults that stopped being funded two weeks ago sued Monday to force Pennsylvania to re-establish the program. The lawsuit filed in Commonwealth Court alleges that money set aside for the plan, called adultBasic. . . . Full version available to lexis.com subscribers.