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There has always been a lot of overheated rhetoric about state flexibility in the Medicaid program, but at no point has it been more important to unpack that concept than now. With the House and Se…

Why “State Flexibility” Won’t Do the Trick to Implement Medicaid Cuts

Current Flexibility in Medicaid: An Overview of Federal Standards and State Options

The Trump Administration and new Congress have indicated that they will seek to cap Medicaid financing through a block grant or per capita cap, reduce federal funding for the program, and offer sta…

If You're a Homeowner, Congress Urges You Claim Their $4,250 Rebate by Jan 31st

GOP Ryan plans to kill women by taking away their health care. Democrats plan to 'stand against this with every fiber of our beings'

Dr. Mario Molina of Molina Healthcare, an insurance executive whose business is focused on Medicaid patients, is concerned about the way the Republican plan to replace the Affordable Care Act will not only affect patients on Medicaid, but cause major economic ripples for states and the health care system. Molina joins William Brangham to discuss what he sees as at stake.

Medicaid cuts are ‘going to affect everyone,’ insurance CEO says

Mario Molina of Molina Healthcare, an insurance executive whose business is focused on Medicaid patients, is concerned about the way the Republican plan .

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Millions of poor Americans could lose health insurance.

The Republican plan to slash Medicaid, explained

As Some Holdout States Revisit Medicaid Expansion, New Data Show It Pays Off

”The Faces of Medicaid Expansion: Filling Gaps in Coverage”

”The Faces of Medicaid Expansion: Filling Gaps in Coverage”

Republican plans to reform Medicaid could affect a far broader swath of people than often recognized, including a 4-year-old boy in Missouri.

A boy who can't speak depends on Medicaid. What happens to him if it’s cut?

Republican plans to reform Medicaid could affect a far broader swath of people than often recognized, including a boy in Missouri.

The Medicaid program was established in 1965 as a partnership between states and the federal government to provide health coverage to low-income children, parents, the elderly, and individuals with disabilities. Forty five years later, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) expanded Medicaid to cover all individuals who live in or near poverty, regardless of age, family, or disability status.

The Future Of Medicaid: When Improving Upon The Wheel, Start With Something Round

A Tutorial on the Basics of Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)

TEFRA Medicaid State Plan Option & Katie Beckett Waiver for Children - Making it possible to care for children with significant disabilities at home

Republicans have tried to cut the program in Congress, and want to block its expansion here.

Democrats, Republicans Urge End To Subminimum Wage

With all eyes on the race for the White House, both political parties are calling for big change to rules on employing people with disabilities.

Republicans appear far more likely to pursue an overhaul of Medicaid

Vice President-elect Mike Pence has said there's a "real opportunity" to change the healthcare program for the poor.

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CA is failing its low-income residents by declining to attract doctors who can treat people enrolled in Medicaid

Millions Of Californians Aren’t Being Helped By Medicaid, Despite Being Eligible

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