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September 2, 2014 11:39 PM

NC's $10 billion Medicaid challenge: Pay for other states or take federal money?

North Carolina taxpayers could spend more than $10 billion by 2022 to provide medical care for low-income residents of other states while getting nothing in return, a McClatchy Newspapers analysis shows.

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