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April 20, 2013 7:05 AM

Savings in KanCare may aid disabled

Gov. Sam Brownback’s administration said Friday that its privatization of some Medicaid services – known as KanCare – is saving more money than expected, and that some of that cash could reduce the list of people with physical disabilities who have been waiting for services.

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