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Trump admin to try letting states limit Medicaid benefits

Reuters Thursday, 30 January 2020
Trump admin to try letting states limit Medicaid benefitsThe Trump administration on Thursday said it would launch a pilot program that would allow states to limit health benefits for some of their Medicaid patients and negotiate drug prices on their behalf using an approach similar to commercial health plans.
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