More Nebraskans eligible for Medicaid; Mitch McConnell wants state exchange to separate from ACA;

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> In the state of Nebraska, the legal age of an adult is 19, not 18. So, it's possible a larger group of young adult residents may be eligible for Medicaid than previously anticipated, according to the World-Herald News Service. Article

> Liberal advocacy group Citizen Action of Wisconsin is claiming that Gov. Scott Walker (R) rejected a federally funded Medicaid expansion due to donations he receives from the insurance industry, reports the Associated Press. Article

> Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday that his home state's successful exchange, Kentucky Kynect, would benefit from disassociating itself from the Affordable Care Act, reports The Hill. Article

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> The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services said it overpaid hospitals in Vermont to defray the costs of a state-level provider tax, and has demanded more than $12 million in refunds, Vermont Public Radio reported. Article

> A district hospital in the San Diego area of Southern California will close its doors next month and is a microcosm for the struggles many smaller hospitals face across the country, the San Diego Union-Tribune has reported. Article

And finally … Oh, sure, blame it on Hulu. Article