Governor's Meeting Ends in Medicaid Impasse

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After three days of meetings, the nation's governors head home without an agreement on proposals to stem the rising cost of Medicaid. Governors are united in opposition to the president's plan to cut $60 billion from the program, but they don't agree on what to recommend instead.

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