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Losing Ground: Declining Medi-Cal Enrollment after Welfare Reform
The 1996 fed. welfare law de-linked eligibility fo

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By Molly O’Shaughnessey (au); Jean Ross (au); Kate Breslin (au)
Year: 2001
Pages: 26
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437902383

The 1996 fed. welfare law de-linked eligibility for Medicaid (Medi-Cal in Calif.) from the receipt of cash assist. Congress required states to provide Medicaid coverage to recipients of state programs funded under the Temporary Assist. for Needy Families block grant, as well as any individuals who would have been eligible for AFDC, the former cash assist. program. Individuals no longer need to receive cash assist. in order to qualify for Medi-Cal. This paper examines Medi-Cal enrollment trends in light of the substantial drop in welfare caseloads in recent years. While the number of persons receiving non-cash-related Medi-Cal has increased substantially, the gain is less than the number of persons who lost Medi-Cal coverage when they left cash assist.

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