Growth in Medicaid strains states

With the economy in the tank, Medicaid rolls are growing rapidly--and states are having a hard time keeping up. In several states, Medicaid populations grew 5 to 10 percent over the last 12 months, alone. Worse, state officials say that since enrollment lags behind job losses, these 2008 numbers could be just the beginning. Article

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