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Late State Payments Could Cost Medicaid Patients Access to Health Care

More than two dozen health care providers are threatening to stop caring for poor patients unless the state pays its Medicaid bills, according to a new story by WBEZ.

We talk with the WBEZ reporter Tony Arnold who broke the story. 

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