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Bad medicine: Gov. Bevin’s plan to cripple medicaid

For the past year, the Bluegrass State has worked on a plan to downsize its Medicaid program, an effort that may become a model for other states to do the same. Kentucky soon will learn whether the federal government will grant its requested waiver, which would allow Gov. Matt Bevin to cut nearly 100,000 Kentuckians from Medicaid over the next five years. The proposed changes would impose work requirements and premium payments, and dental and vision care would have to be earned. And if the waiver is denied, Bevin has said, he would cut the existing Medicaid expansion for 460,00 people entirely.”

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