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April 7, 2013 12:00 AM

Eagle editorial: Carve out I/DD care

Three months and one week into KanCare, Kansans can be cautiously hopeful that the massive Medicaid overhaul eventually will realize state leaders’ goals without compromising people’s health. But it’s hard to believe that the Brownback administration, with the tacit approval of the Legislature, still intends to let the program take over long-term care for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities next year.

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