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The state's plan for carrying out voter-approved Medicaid expansion could mean taking away some healthcare services from about 25,000 low-income Nebraskans. That's because Department of Health and Human Services officials intend...

source: Omaha World-Herald

The fight over work requirements for Arkansas Medicaid beneficiaries appears to be headed to court soon. Last month, a federal judge ruled that Arkansas cannot require people on Medicaid to report work hours or risk losing...

source: KARK-TV

State lawmakers from rural Pennsylvania are pushing back on a privatization measure slipped into last year's state budget that would affect transportation for at least 150,000 Medicaid recipients. Under...

source: Pennsylvania Capital-Star

Idaho Gov. Brad Little said he expects to know by January which Medicaid expansion waivers the federal government will approve, and he doesn't expect the feds to sign off on all of them. Whether and what restrictions to put on the Medicaid...

source: Post Register

While the rest of the country talks about or acts on expanding Medicaid coverage, it's still off the table in Florida. In fact, Florida legislators are moving in the opposite direction. As they hash out an approximately $90...

source: Miami Herald

Most states check once a year whether children on Medicaid still qualify for the program. Texas checks more often, using an automated system that critics say leads to kids losing coverage even though they're still eligible.

source: The Texas Tribune


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