Costly Medicaid missteps could foretell bigger problems at troubled Minnesota agency

We don't often use stories from the Minneapolis Star because of its pay-wall. Many of our out-state readers do not have subscriptions and can't see it. This story was published yesterday, and for us, it was visible in both Firefox and TOR browsers but not Chrome.

"With $12.6 billion in outlays last year, Medicaid represents one of the biggest pieces of the Minnesota budget. The federal government pays for 56% of that, and when federal officials discover significant compliance problems, they seek to recapture federal money that Minnesota spent in violation of the laws and regulations."


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