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By the time Illinois decided to crack down on Medicaid fraud in 2012, state officials knew that many people enrolled in the program probably weren't eligible. For years, caseworkers hadn't had the time or resources to check. To catch up, the state hired a private contractor...

source: The Pew Charitable Trusts

Nebraska has gotten good news from the federal government about services for people with developmental disabilities. Courtney Miller, director of the state developmental disabilities division, said Wednesday that federal officials...

source: Omaha World-Herald

Gov. Scott Walker wants to make Wisconsin the first state in the country to require childless adults applying for Medicaid to undergo drug screening, a move that could serve as a national model. Walker's plan, which needs federal approval, comes as he prepares to run for...

source: The Associated Press via U.S. News & World Report

Gov. Eric Holcomb is seeking permission from the federal government to require some Medicaid recipients to work or do work-related activities. Indiana's governor announced Wednesday he’s amending the state's January application for its alternative Medicaid program...

source: The Indianapolis Star

Wisconsin is preparing to recast its Medicaid program in ways that no state has ever done, requiring low-income adults to undergo drug screening to qualify for health coverage and setting time limits on assistance unless they work...

source: The Washington Post

President Donald Trump's proposed budget would likely result in billions of dollars of cuts to vital health and human services programs in California, state Democratic lawmakers and advocates for the poor said Tuesday....

source: Los Angeles Times


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