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New Life in Proposed Medicaid Expansion After Federal Pledge
February 27, 2016

New Life in Proposed Medicaid Expansion After Federal Pledge

Governor Daugaard's plan for the expansion of Medicare in South Dakota has had new life breathed into it after an announcement that the federal government would be reimbursing all services to Indian Health Service patients. According to the Rapid City Journal article, the savings provided by the 100% coverage from the government would allow for Medicaid to be expanded to lower income workers in the state.

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