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Credit Agency Pokes Texas For Failing To Budget Sufficiently For Medicaid Growth

09:05 EDT 20 Jun 2017 | Kaiser Health News

S&P Global Ratings did not downgrade the state's ratings, but criticized the legislature's decision to cut funds by nearly $2 billion while expecting more people to qualify for the program. Meanwhile, officials in Illinois are still seeking to get beyond an impasse on Medicaid payment formulas for doctors, hospitals and other health care providers.

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