More relying on state healthcare programs in Wisconsin
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, February 2, 2009
Enrollment in Wisconsin healthcare programs such as BadgerCare Plus has increased by about 238,000 people, or 35%, in the past six years and is expected to rise as the economy continues to struggle. Medicaid programs provide some level of healthcare to about 1 in 6 Wisconsin residents.
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