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Governors say Feds may owe states $4B for Medicare errors

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The National Governors Association is requesting that the federal government reimburse states for Medicare errors that might have cost their Medicaid programs more than $4 billion over several decades.
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For 30 years, states say, many Americans with disabilities were denied the Medicare benefits they were entitled to because of errors by the Social Security Administration. In many cases, state Medicaid programs picked up their care — and their tab.

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