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Mon June 29, 2009
Health Care providers worry about cuts to the state Medicaid program.
Wyoming – This month the Governor announced a series of budget cuts due to a downturn in the economy. In a large cut to the department of health, the Governor said that almost 26 million dollars would be reduced from the state Medicaid reimbursement program. That is money given to doctors, hospitals and clinics to serve people who otherwise could not afford health care. That announcement stirred up the health care community as Wyoming Public Radio's Bob Beck reports