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Understanding the devastating impact of Medicaid per capita caps on people with disabilities.  Mon. June 19, 2017.  Room G50 in the Dirksen Senate Office Building.  An image of a young man and an older woman holding a hand-painted sign that says, "Save Medicaid."

On June 19, CLPC director Steve Kaye joined prominent disability advocates and a state Medicaid official to give a briefing on the impact that the American Health Care Act (AHCA), if enacted, would have on long-term services and supports and other services received by people with disabilities.  Held on...

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The American Health Care Act (AHCA) proposes to cap Federal Medicaid reimbursements to the states on a per-enrollee basis, effectively limiting growth to a rate only modestly exceeding the rate of inflation in healthcare costs. A new CLPC policy brief analyzes the potential impact...

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A photo of Alice Wong

CLPC researcher Alice Wong, MS, was featured in The Opinion Pages of The New York Times on May 3, 2017 in a piece titled, “My Medicaid, My Life.” As she explains, Medicaid “is more than a health care program. It is a life-giving one. And I am proof.” After more than 25 years of being a Medicaid recipient...

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