Feds To Malloy: Don\’t Cut Medicaid

by Categorized: Gov. Dannel Malloy Date:

More trouble for Gov. Dannel Malloy\’s plan to cut state spending. His proposal to eliminate coverage for 13,381 low income Medicaid recipients has been rejected by federal authorities:

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2 thoughts on “Feds To Malloy: Don\’t Cut Medicaid

  1. Connecticut is Dying Too

    In the letter, the Feds left out the part of being able to print more money to infinitely fund things at the federal level. As good a liberal as our Governor is, he can’t do the money printing part unless he becomes part of Obama’s administration.

    1. Sad Day for Connecticut

      which is what he so desperately wants. Not having Malloy as our Governor will be a GOOD day for Connecticut, a VERY good day. He has been a disaster for nearly all Nutmeggers, except state employees who continue to receive pay increases paid for by taxpayers whose wages and standard of living keep dropping. That was his bargain with the state employees union for voting for him as Governor.

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