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Medicaid Frills Cost NC Billions, but GA May Shy Away from Cuts


Medicaid services not required by the federal government but approved by the state legislature in years past cost $4.4 billion in 2010-2011. That accounted for 46 percent of the $10 billion Medicaid budget. North Carolina’s Medicaid program was referred to as a “Cadillac” program in a study by the Lewin Group a few years ago.  Read more at NCCivitas.org

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One thought on “Medicaid Frills Cost NC Billions, but GA May Shy Away from Cuts

  1. It’s one thing to help those in need but NC gives the them better coverage than I get paying over $600 a month! It’s time to review this “Cadilac” plan and get back to basics! In case you haven’t noticed . . . WE’RE BROKE!!!!!!!!!!

    Posted by Rich Halbert | May 7, 2012, 7:56 am

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