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U.S. Governors Unite to Demand Fed Medicaid Funds

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U.S. Governors Unite to Demand Fed Medicaid Funds

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U.S. Governors Unite to Demand Fed Medicaid Funds

U.S. Governors Unite to Demand Fed Medicaid Funds

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U.S. governors unite in a bipartisan effort to hold onto their Medicaid money, even as President Bush considers cuts to help balance the federal budget. NPR's Tony Cox speaks with Michael Cannon, director of health care studies at the Cato Institute, and Victoria Wachino, health policy director at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

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