Medicaid (page 33)

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    Medicaid reform looks promising in North Carolina

    The McCrory administration’s Medicaid reform plan marks a major step forward for a program that costs too much and delivers too little. Jonathan Ingram, director of research for the Florida-based Foundation for Government Accountability, delivered that message during a presentation today to the John Locke Foundation’s Shaftesbury Society. In the…
    Mitch Kokai, July 22, 2013
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    Medicaid Eats Budgets in Neighboring States

    All states have been forced to spend more money to allow the Affordable Care Act (ironically named since it isn’t affordable), and more specifically changes to Medicaid, to be implemented in the states, regardless of whether the state approved expansion or not. Governor Pat McCrory recommended spending an additional $575 million…
    Sarah Curry, July 10, 2013
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    Governor Signs Continuing Resolution

    Yesterday, the Governor signed the bill allowing a continuing resolution to fund state operations past the end of the fiscal year.  I noticed there is a specific reference to the Medicaid shortfall in the continuing resolution, and the Governor takes the time to mention the additional $45 million set aside…
    Sarah Curry, June 28, 2013