New Medicaid plan will help Minnesotans

The state of Minnesota could add 95,000 low-income adults to its Medicaid rolls Tuesday, Bemidji Pioneer reported.

This would not add any additional costs to the state, The Star Tribune reported. The federal government would pick up roughly half the cost of their care under Medicaid, The Star Tribune reported

This new program comes after Democrat Mark Dayton said he would bring $1.2 billion in federal health care dollars to the state after taking office on Jan. 3, Bemidji Pioneer reported.

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