Aetna's Health Reform Weekly (11/22): Balanced Budget in House Fails
Nov 29, 2011
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This week's health care reform news:
Balanced Budget Amendment in House Fails
A vote on a balanced budget amendment in the House last week fell short of the needed two-thirds majority, and the Senate is unlikely to approve such a measure.
Other highlights include:
New York has proposed an emergency regulation to facilitate moving state Medicaid enrollees into managed care programs.
Wisconsin is moving forward with $225 million in Medicaid cuts that could result in about 65,000 Medicaid recipients leaving the program.
Democrats in Texas could gain a half-dozen seats in the House under an interim redistricting map that a federal court released last week.
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