States Fear Medicaid Meltdown Medicaid consumes the second largest share of state money, and its rapidly rising costs are swamping state budgets. Without the federal government's intervention, states say they're heading for a health care catastrophe. NPR's David Molpus reports for Morning Edition and NPR's Julie Rovner reports for All Things Considered.
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States Fear Medicaid Meltdown

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States Fear Medicaid Meltdown

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Medicaid consumes the second largest share of state money, and its rapidly rising costs are swamping state budgets. Without the federal government's intervention, states say they're heading for a health care catastrophe. NPR's David Molpus reports for Morning Edition and NPR's Julie Rovner reports for All Things Considered.

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