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Mass. Gov. Shelves Plan To Revamp Medicaid, Accepts New Taxes To Fund Health Care

09:13 EDT 2 Aug 2017 | Kaiser Health News

Gov. Charlie Baker says he will sign a bill that will raise $200 million through new fees on businesses to help pay for health care for the poor, even though the bill does not include his plan to move 140,000 people from Medicaid into private plans. Also, officials in Georgia are weighing their options for changes to that state's Medicaid program.

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