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GOP Rallies Behind Plan to End Care for Poor

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by Ian Millhiser

On Tuesday, the White House is expected to roll out a budget that includes hundreds of billions in cuts to Medicaid — proposing cuts on top of the ones included in the Trumpcare bill that passed the House a few weeks ago.

Trump’s budget blueprint seeks to dismantle the social safety net in dramatic ways. When it comes to the future of Medicaid, however, the long-term implications of the Trumpcare legislation may be even more significant.

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