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Medicaid is fueling the federal entitlement crisis, bankrupting state budgets, and delivering substandard care to enrollees while crowding out private health insurance options. A long-term plan should include putting federal Medicaid spending on a budget, mainstreaming working families into private coverage, and preserving a true safety net for the most vulnerable.
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