Douglas targets Medicaid cuts at governors’ meeting

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Governor Jim Douglas says states across America are facing some real constraints on their budgets, and to exacerbate that with $13 billion in Medicaid regulation changes is particularly inopportune right now.

Douglas joins other Governors eager to continue fighting the Medicaid cuts today.

Governors from across the country also plan to raise the issue of the nation’s infrastructure at a White House meeting with President Bush.

The governors have been debating priorities in case Congress takes up a second stimulus package. Some state leaders are pushing for federal money to repair roads, water systems and bridges.

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