Kaiser Health News, June 27, 2017


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The federal-state program, which covers 70 million low-income Americans, has long been stigmatized as substandard. But it also has grown into a powerhouse program that now provides funding for hospitals, nursing homes and drug treatment, and cutting that back has many people nervous.

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