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Medicaid expansion could reduce benefits to some 25,000 Nebraskans now on the program

By Omaha World-Herald  
   April 22, 2019

The state’s plan for carrying out voter-approved Medicaid expansion could mean taking away some health care services from about 25,000 low-income Nebraskans. That’s because Department of Health and Human Services officials intend to switch some people currently covered by traditional Medicaid into a two-tier system being created for newly eligible Nebraskans.

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