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Medicaid cuts could cost Mass. $100m

Many low-income and disabled would lose out on services; rules may hurt universal-care push

By Alice Dembner
Globe Staff / November 13, 2007

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Far-reaching Medicaid changes proposed by the Bush administration could cost Massachusetts more than $100 million a year and make it harder for tens of thousands of low-income and disabled residents to get healthcare, according to state officials, analysts, and advocates. (Full article: 1292 words)

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