On Aug. 4, 2012, Judy Harris of Port Orchard, Wash., cares for a live-in family friend, David Hoffman, who suffered severe burns in a laundry dryer explosion. Medicaid pays Harris to provide just over two hours of care each day. But Medicaid funding for home-care services could be in jeopardy under the GOP health care bill moving through Congress.
On Aug. 4, 2012, Judy Harris of Port Orchard, Wash., cares for a live-in family friend, David Hoffman, who suffered severe burns in a laundry dryer explosion. Medicaid pays Harris to provide just over two hours of care each day. But Medicaid funding for home-care services could be in jeopardy under the GOP health care bill moving through Congress. Kevin Fujii MCT
On Aug. 4, 2012, Judy Harris of Port Orchard, Wash., cares for a live-in family friend, David Hoffman, who suffered severe burns in a laundry dryer explosion. Medicaid pays Harris to provide just over two hours of care each day. But Medicaid funding for home-care services could be in jeopardy under the GOP health care bill moving through Congress. Kevin Fujii MCT

Medicaid cuts in GOP health bill could reduce services for elderly and disabled

March 20, 2017 02:31 PM

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