Bill advances to suspend Medicaid cost-shift rules
The House Energy and Commerce Committee's health panel has unanimously passed a bill to block Medicaid rules that states said would shift billions of dollars of costs to them. The bill would put a moratorium on seven rules that, among other things, would end federal payments for physician training and transportation of Medicaid-eligible children to school.
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