Feds to unplug medical subsidy, some 18,000 Minnesotans could lose health assistance
The Bush administration plans to drop Medicaid coverage for 18,000 low-income parents in Minnesota, a move that has stunned state officials. The decision, buried in a 29-page document outlining federal changes affecting Minnesota's subsidized health program called MinnesotaCare, has prompted written protests from all 10 members of Minnesota's congressional delegation.
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