Lawmakers reviewing the governor's proposed budget changes for the Fund for a Healthy Maine say there are simply no good choices. Gov. Paul LePage wants to divert $18 million a year from the fund that has been used for preventing disease and promoting a healthy lifestyle. But legislators on the Appropriations Committee must decide whether the administration's plan to eliminate most of the state's residential treatment programs for substance abuse will reduce state spending -- or create a potentially larger bill for taxpayers. A.J. Higgins has more.