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Eligibility changes in four states could leave thousands without coverage
Modern Healthcare

As many states prepare to add millions of new recipients to their Medicaid programs under the healthcare reform law, four states are planning to roll back eligibility in a move that could leave thousands of low-income people without insurance coverage. Maine, Rhode Island, Wisconsin and Vermont are all expected to cut people from Medicaid coverage, though some will be eligible for federally subsidized private coverage through state insurance exchanges starting in January.